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Arctic development discussed at a meeting of the Lena Club
In Moscow, the second meeting of the members of the Lensky Club. It was created as an expert platform for understanding the place of the Far East and the Arctic in the development of the whole country.
Well-known Russian political scientists, experts and scientists were involved in the association. The moderator of the round table was a Russian journalist, research director of the Development and Support Fund of the Valdai International Discussion Club Fedor Lukyanov.
During the meeting, members of the Lena Club discussed the prospects for the development of the Arctic. This year, the Arctic zone of Yakutia has increased by eight regions and makes up half of the republic.
According to experts, the fate of the macro-region depends on the multiplication of human capital. Much work remains to be done to stop the outflow of the population, strengthen transport links between the territories and create the necessary social infrastructure.