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In Komsomolsk-on-Amur, there may be an agency to create a territory of advanced development

Governor Vyacheslav Shport called on representatives of aviation enterprises to actively participate in the project of creating a territory for advanced economic development in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. He stated this at a meeting that he held in this city during his three-day working trip to the regions of the region. In addition to regional officials, it was attended by representatives of the RF Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, the United Aircraft Corporation, the Sukhoi aviation holding company, as well as heads of large city enterprises.

“We want to approach the PSEDA project in the city not only as the development of production, but also in terms of creating a new social environment. This is a pilot project, this is not foreseen at other sites in the region. This is due to the fact that for the development of new industries it will be necessary to attract a large number of labor. This means that we need to build new housing and create infrastructure. Ultimately, the format of the priority development area will be an important mechanism for securing the population in the region, ”the governor noted, noting that the ASEZ in Komsomolsk is one of the most promising sites in the entire federal district.

According to the first deputy chairman of the Krai Government on investment, territorial and industrial policy Nikolay Brusnikin, when creating a TOP, the key factor may be the need to produce domestic components for the aviation industry in place of imported analogues. To date, 50-70% of the components for civilian aircraft is supplied from abroad.

At the same time, it is advisable to create new production facilities for these components in close proximity to the parent enterprises. This is what the areas of the Amurlitmash plant and the Amur shipyard are considered as proposals. They have already been provided with the necessary engineering infrastructure. New facilities for machining, aircraft painting, service maintenance, production of tools and equipment for the needs of the aviation industry can be launched there. The first deputy chairman of the government also sees a promising site in the area of ​​the Parus massif.

“In the near future, the regional and city authorities, together with potential residents, need to develop a concept for TASED, offer options for the production and social content of this site, work out the mechanisms of production cooperation, and develop a financial model for the development of this territory. All proposals will be sent to the Ministry for the Development of the Far East and other federal agencies, ”Nikolai Brusnikin said.

He also noted that it would be expedient to create a development agency in the format of a "project office" in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. According to the press service of the regional government, this structure will deal with issues of creating a TASED, attracting residents, and interacting with government authorities.

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