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In Primorye will be invested 80 billion rubles in agricultural projects - Miklushevsky

September 17 Vladimir Putin met with the newly elected leaders of the regions of Russia. The results of the September 14 elections and the plans for future work in thirty regions of the country were discussed, according to the Kremlin website.

The meeting was addressed by the head of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, who reported on plans for the development of agriculture.

“We have been engaged in this for 2,5 years, now we will be engaged in the development of agriculture with even greater effort in order to meet our needs. We have already outlined about 100 investment projects in the field of agriculture in the amount of 80 billion rubles. Just today, before our meeting, I held negotiations with Rusagro, one of the largest companies in Russia, which intends to invest about 30 billion rubles in pig breeding, in the development of mariculture and soybean production. They have already started doing it. Moreover, the point is that we will not only provide for ourselves, but also export to China and Japan, ”Miklushevsky said.

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