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The Ministry of Regional Development has submitted an application for the creation of the urban agglomeration in Primorye

According to the Primorye Economy Department, the Vladivostok agglomeration will contribute to the formation of an export-oriented model of the regional economy, as well as create additional conditions for securing and attracting people to the region. According to experts, such a spatial organization will allow to use the resource of integration opportunities, share knowledge, technology, capital and personnel.

Vladivostok agglomeration covers the southern part of the coast of the Sea of ​​Japan, and includes the cities of Artem, Nakhodka, Ussuriysk, Partizansk, Bolshoy Kamen, Fokino, Slavyanka, and Khasansky, Nadezhda, Partizansky, Shkotovsky and Mikhailovsky municipal districts.

The first stage in the development of the Vladivostok agglomeration is associated with the development of a new model of sustainable socio-economic development. The implementation of the first stage is designed for 2014 - 2018.

According to Alexander Kostenko, the first vice-governor of Primorye, the agglomeration must take into account the region’s priority development tasks. And the development of the concept of such a development should be handled by specialized Russian institutions.

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