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In Yakutia, they are closely involved in the issues of industrial development of the Arctic
Today at the parliamentary hearings in Il Tumen, issues of industrial development of the Arctic were discussed.
The deputy of the republic Ivan Andreev raised the topic of social responsibility of business in the development of the Arctic territories. He emphasized the need for subsoil users to conclude agreements on socio-economic cooperation with regions in which they do not operate. As a positive example, he cited JSC ALROSA (OJSC). In order to systematize information on the existence of signed agreements of a similar nature, the deputy proposed to create a unified base of subsoil users.
Konstantin Robbek, Commissioner for the Rights of Indigenous Minorities, proposed, based on contributions from companies leading exploration and mining activities in the Aktiki territories, to create a social fund for the development of the Indigenous Minorities of the North.
Petr Ammosov, people's deputy of the republic, proposed measures to accelerate the adoption of the draft law of the republic on the environmental and social responsibility of companies-users of nature.
Ivan Atlasov, the president of the Evenks of the city of Yakutsk, in turn, proposed that such agreements, along with signatures of representatives of the executive and municipal authorities and companies-subsoil users, be signed and representatives of small indigenous peoples of the North.
In general, it was noted that the early development of the regulatory framework of this issue is necessary in order to resolve and further regulate the interests of both parties.