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Rogozin: the Arctic programs in the next 5 years, it is necessary to allocate 222 billion rubles

Chairman state commission on the development of the Arctic Dmitry Rogozin said on her first meeting He said that the Arctic programs in the coming 5 years should be allocated 222 billion rubles, the press service of the government of Chukotka.

“The Arctic is becoming a new environment for shaping world politics. More than 80% of Russian gas, over 90% of nickel and cobalt, and most other resources are produced here. The Arctic accounts for over 15% of GDP and over a quarter of the country's total exports. However, most of the Arctic has not yet been explored. It is impossible to move on without coordinated actions. That is why the President made a decision to establish a commission "and, - said the Deputy Prime Minister.

According to the governor Chukotka Roman Kopin, one of the priority projects of the Arctic territory should be an energy development program. For Chukotka, this issue is extremely important, the head of the district believes.

Recall that the state commission on the development of the Arctic established by decree of the President of the Russian Federation 3 February 2015 of the year in order to coordinate the work of regional, local authorities and other state bodies in solving socio-economic problems in the Arctic and ensuring national security, as well as developing communications and the Northern Sea Route.

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