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Results of the working meeting of the representatives of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Republic of Crimea
Recently, a working meeting took place between representatives of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Republic of Crimea. Yakutia was represented at the meeting by Alexey Struchkov, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) under the President of the Russian Federation. Crimea - Georgy Muradov, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Crimea under the President of the Russian Federation and Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea.
Possible areas of cooperation between the two regions were discussed at the meeting. The central ones turned out to be: the sale of diamond products of Yakutia in the territory of Crimea, an increase in tourist flow to the peninsula due to the organization of recreation for children of Yakutia in the Crimea, as well as the possibility of mutually beneficial cooperation in the agro-industrial complex. Georgy Muradov was interested in the active social and economic development of Yakutia and its positive experience in the federal center. The republic is actively developing the jewelry industry, opening new directions of regular flights to Simferopol - all this can directly contribute to the development of interaction between the two regions.
According to the press service of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) under the President of the Russian Federation, Aleksey Struchkov expresses a firm belief that this meeting is a good start to successful and long-term cooperation. To do this, according to George Muradov, first of all, it will be necessary to create a regulatory framework for the future partnership. It is necessary to prepare an Agreement on cooperation between the two subjects, which would determine the most significant areas for mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields of activity of the two regions.