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Program of anti-crisis measures of Magadan region for 2015 year

Today in Primorye, Plenipotentiary Representative of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev held a meeting with the heads of the subjects of the Far East. The subject of the meeting were anti-crisis measures implemented in the regions of the Far East.

The program of anti-crisis measures implemented in the Magadan region in 2015 told EastRussia in the press service of the region.

In order to stabilize and ensure sustainable development of the economy of the Magadan Region in 2015, the Government of the Magadan Region created an interdepartmental working group and developed an “Action Plan to ensure sustainable development and social stability in the Magadan Region in 2015”.

First of all, the adopted decisions to stabilize the economy are aimed at ensuring the stability of the financial and banking system, as well as the preservation and enhancement of industrial and technological capacity. The latter is extremely important for preserving jobs and, consequently, supporting the cash income of the working population.

A list of strategic enterprises has been formed, which will be monitored quarterly by the financial situation with the aim of prompt response and timely development of proposals for rendering state aid to inefficient enterprises.

Assistance will continue in the implementation of the state program of the Magadan Region "Affordable Comfortable Housing for the Residents of the Magadan Region", as well as work to develop export potential and stimulate investment.

It is planned to make the most effective use of all the opportunities for attracting investments provided by the legislation: creation of territories for advanced development, inclusion of priority investment projects in the list, and recognition of projects by regional investment projects. But for the Magadan region it is very important that the law on the Special Economic Zone be implemented as soon as possible in a new format.

Increasing investment attractiveness also depends on the level of infrastructure development. Poorly developed infrastructure - the lack of roads and power lines - is a serious obstacle to the development of the region's main industry - mining. Since 2013, the Orotukan - Palatka - Centralnaya line has been under construction in the Magadan Region at the expense of the federal budget. The construction of the power transmission line 200 kV Ust - Omchug - Omchak will be associated with the implementation of the project "Creation of the largest gold mining center in Russia in the Yano-Kolyma gold province".

A set of measures, including financial and credit support, aimed at achieving financial sustainability of agriculture in the region will be implemented within the framework of the state program of the Magadan region "Development of agriculture in the Magadan region". Measures for import substitution of food products and an increase in meat production are planned to be implemented through the creation of an agro-industrial park in the region.

The task is to prevent the mass release of workers in 2015 and provide material support to citizens who lost their jobs, including through assistance in setting up their own business, as well as through vocational training and additional vocational training for unemployed citizens in order to obtain professions that are in demand economy of the region. The implementation of these measures provides for more than 13,0 million rubles, due to which at least 446 people will be able to learn. In addition, the administration of the region considers it necessary to reorient the labor market through the use of a ban on the importation of specialists in certain professions.

The main direction of the package of anti-crisis measures is the strengthening of the social component, for which the necessary budget is provided for in the regional budget in 2015. In addition, it is planned to ensure the targeting of social assistance, channeling financial resources to support the most socially vulnerable categories of citizens.

In addition, social stability, support of the population and mitigation of the consequences of crisis phenomena are ensured through the implementation of measures to monitor negative trends in the food market with a view to promptly responding to unjustified price increases, providing the population with quality medicines and medical products, and through subsidizing intraregional passenger transportation road and air transport - told EastRussia in the press service of the Magadan region.

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