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The State Duma's specialized committees are already working on a draft law on TOR - Irina Yarovaya

At present, the specialized committees of the State Duma are already working on the draft law "On territories of advanced development." This was reported by the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East with reference to the deputy from Kamchatka, Irina Yarovaya.

“At the Government Hour in the State Duma spoke the Minister for the Development of the Far East Alexander Galushka, with whom this project was also discussed. I think that in general, the issue will be resolved in the autumn session, ”said Yarovaya.

“The development of the Far East is, of course, a state priority. But the role of the regions themselves is very important here. It is very important that today there is a good team in Kamchatka, which is capable of responsibly approaching the formation of the budget, determining the points of growth. The Far Eastern Investment Forum recently held on the peninsula showed that we have hidden reserves that are not yet in demand. And today the governor, the regional government and the Legislative Assembly are working on this, we interact, our position is in solidarity. Common efforts should be aimed at making Kamchatka attractive for investors, and each ruble allocated within the framework of federal projects was spent as efficiently as possible, ”she added.

Earlier, during the meetings in the framework of the Days of Kamchatka Territory, senators supported the creation of the Kamchatka TRA, which will make it possible to comprehensively solve in the region the problems of port infrastructure development, the fishing and mining industries, and tourism. 

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