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The development of the Northern Sea Route will increase the cargo turnover of Chukotka by 20 times

The development of the Northern Sea Route will increase the cargo turnover of Chukotka by 20 times
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The full use of the Northern Sea Route by 2025 will increase the cargo turnover of the ports of Chukotka at least 20 times. This was stated by the governor of the region Roman Kopin.

This will be facilitated by the introduction of one of the world's largest Baimskaya copper and gold deposits, the construction of a transport and logistics hub in the port of Provideniya, the construction of a terminal for the reception and storage of LNG in the Pevek seaport, and other investment projects.

The importance of developing the Northern Sea Route and associated infrastructure during a large press conference was once again emphasized by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Earlier, the head of state set the task to increase the cargo flow through the NSR to 40 million tons per year.

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