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Vanino and Soviet-Havana districts have great potential for development - Shport

During his working visit, the Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Vyacheslav Shport, met with residents of municipalities, the press service of the head of the region said.

At the meeting with the residents of Vaninsky district, it was about the development of the economy, medicine and the social sphere, increasing the revenue base of the local budget. Vyacheslav Shport noted that Vanino and Soviet-Havana districts have good prospects for further development.

“It is planned that Sovetskaya Gavan will become one of the territories of advanced social and economic development. This is a good opportunity to attract Russian and foreign investors who will receive additional preferences, to increase the revenue base of local budgets through the implementation of large projects. In the success of this business, a lot will depend on the active position of local residents and regional authorities. TASED is being created for those territories that are ready and willing to develop, ”the Governor noted.

One of the issues concerned the creation of roadside infrastructure and the provision of stable cellular communications along the Lidoga-Vanino highway. Vyacheslav Shport stressed that work in this direction is underway. Roadside cafes and service stations are gradually appearing along the road, the main thing is to create conditions for business. First of all, this is the task of local authorities.

During his working visit, the Governor also visited the Soviet-Havana Municipal District.

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