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Three areas for the creation of TOPs were discussed in Khabarovsk Krai
13 September, during the working visit to Khabarovsk, the Minister for Development of the Far East met with the Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Vyacheslav Shport. The main topic discussed at the meeting was the creation of territories for advanced development, the press service of the Minsk region reported.
The head of department said that the draft law on TOR was ready for submission to the State Duma for consideration and every effort would be made to have the law passed in the autumn session of 2014. The earliest possible adoption of the law, according to the Minister, will allow starting its implementation in 2015.
The Governor, in turn, noted "the colossal work that has been carried out by the Ministry since the beginning of its creation, to promote the topic of priority development territories." The Governor noted that the fact that this topic has already “formed in the form of a law” is already a great success. Vyacheslav Shport said that the leadership of the region participated in the work done by the Ministry and that in the future, for his part, he would in every possible way contribute to the early adoption of the law on the TOP.
In Khabarovsk Krai, three sites for the creation of territories for advanced development have been approved. On the basis of the Vanino-Soviet-Havana industrial hub another TOP will be located - favorable conditions exist for the development of export-oriented cargoes, fish processing and ship repair on the coast of the Tatar Strait.
Another site is planned to be created on the basis of industrial enterprises of Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Here emphasis will be placed on high-tech production of military and civil aircraft.
The third site is the village of Rakitnoe, where production of building materials, food processing enterprises, and a logistics complex will be located.