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The first projects of TACER "Kangalassy" can start in late May

The implementation of the first projects within the PSEDA "Kangalassy" can begin as early as the end of this month if approved by the Russian government, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, said at a meeting with journalists, YASIA reports.

According to Borisov, for the start of the Kangalassy project, within which about 30 residents have already expressed their readiness to work, it is necessary to obtain the final approval of the Russian government.

“About 30 residents have expressed their readiness to work within the framework of the Kangalassy project. The enterprises operating in the Yakutia technopark today and coming from outside have assured us that the investment will amount to approximately 1,3 billion rubles. The need for infrastructure projects from the state will be approximately 200 million rubles. This money will be attracted both from the municipality and from the republican and federal budgets, ”the agency quotes Borisov.

As Borisov said, TOSER will include a complex of productions. Several foreign companies are planning to deal with the processing of ferrous metal and the creation of building materials. Yakut enterprises will concentrate on the production of paints and electrical equipment.

Earlier, the project of the industrial park was supported by a special subcommittee under the government commission for socio-economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region, YSIA reports.

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