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A draft presidential decree on the development of shipbuilding in the Far East was prepared
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin at a meeting of the Maritime Collegium under the Government of the Russian Federation, held in Komsomolsk-on-Amur (Khabarovsk Territory), said: "The execution of the President's orders for the development of shipbuilding in the Far East is moving sluggishly, with delays."
“I have to admit that (...), as always, unfortunately, we do not shine with diligence. The process of creating the Far Eastern shipbuilding industrial cluster, freeing up an industrial site for the production of marine equipment in the interests of Rosneft, is proceeding extremely slowly, unacceptably viscous, with terrible bureaucratic delays and rattling, absolutely without initiative, ”he said.
“In the full sense, the stumbling block was the issue of changing the boundaries of the Closed Big Stone. This issue was discussed as early as May 21 (ed. -last year), a year has passed. If we are really going to build a shipbuilding plant in Bolshoy Kamen that can digest large orders for civilian shipbuilding, including for the development of the Arctic shelf, then we need to do it, otherwise orders will go abroad. It is not clear why it is so hard to discuss simple, seemingly questions, ”the vice-premier cited the example of procrastination.
"Unfortunately, the creation of the DCSSS, which included three shipbuilding and seven shipyards, did not lead to a recovery. The number of employees there has decreased by one third and is about 13 thousand people. The share of Far Eastern enterprises in the total output of the industry does not exceed 6-8%, "D. Rogozin said. He noted that most of the existing 25 enterprises of the DFO are in a difficult situation, and a number of factories are in a pre-bankruptcy state.
At the same time, Dmitry Rogozin noted that the long-term plan of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation for loading the shipbuilding industry before 2030 includes large orders for Far Eastern factories. “The Ministry of Industry and Trade has formed a consolidated long-term plan for loading enterprises up to 2030 of the year, according to which the Amur and Khabarovsk shipyards (all are part of the Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Repair Center, DSSS, USC subsidiary) to Zvezda, the execution of works for a total amount of about 2025 billion rubles is directed, ”said the head of the Morcollegium in his speech.
“This is a big serious order, to which we must be ready both in terms of technological capacity and in terms of staff availability,” he noted.
Also, the Deputy Prime Minister said that a draft presidential decree on the development of shipbuilding in the Far East was prepared, the coordination of which "is in the final stages."