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In Yakutia there will be two territories of advanced development
23 June, the head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Egor Borisov, took part in a meeting of the Board of the Ministry of Oriental Development. The meeting discussed the creation of 14 advanced development areas, of which two will be located in Yakutia.
In particular, we are talking about the "Northern World", an industrial-production and tourist-recreational zone 33 kilometers from Yakutsk, the potential investors of which will be a number of Yakut jewelry companies, the Yakutia Cluster Development Center and the World Mammoth Center Complex.
The second area will be "Basalt - New Technologies", which will be based on basalt fiber and basalt composite materials, structures and products from them.
The meeting also discussed the mechanisms for the inclusion in the federal targeted program for the development of the Far East large investment projects. So far, the list of Minvostokrazvitiya includes three projects implemented in Yakutia - the construction of a mining and processing plant at the Taiga iron ore deposit, the Inaglinsk coal complex and the development of the Elga coal deposit.
The rest of the major projects in Yakutia are being implemented at the expense of other sources. Thus, the development of Chayanda and the construction of the Power of Siberia gas pipeline are included in the second stage of the Eastern Gas Program of OAO Gazprom, and the construction of the railway is financed through the profile transport program.
Acting head of Yakutia Yegor Borisov proposed to develop a specific plan for the implementation of the Strategy for the Development of the Far East until 2020. A well-developed "road map" would allow, in his opinion, to interact more effectively with all federal structures, to understand more clearly the priority of tasks.