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Vladimir Miklushevsky discussed the transfer of objects in Primorye to the regional property with the head of the Federal Property Management Agency

Governor of the Primorsky Territory Vladimir Miklushevsky met with the Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation - Head of the Federal Property Management Agency Olga Dergunova during her visit to Primorye.

The main purpose of the meeting was to discuss the transfer of a number of objects from federal property to the Primorsky Territory and Vladivostok.

For example, it was a question of transferring to the city a piece of land on Artekovskaya Street in the vicinity of the bay of Emar. This land is planned to be allocated free of charge to maritime families with many children within the framework of the Presidential Decree.

"On the part of the Federal Property Management Agency, all documents for this area have been agreed and sent to the Ministry of Finance, and then to the Government," Olga Dergunova noted.

The parties also discussed the transfer from the federal property of land under 103 objects of the Vladivostok fortress, as well as land under the objects of the APEC summit on Russky Island.

According to the head of the Federal Property Management Agency, many of these issues are of a technical nature, and some of them will be completed by the end of October.

Separately, the meeting discussed the sale of FEFU buildings on the mainland. As the rector Sergey Ivanets reported, one building in Partizansk has been sold to date. At the moment, the building on Pushkinskaya Street, 41 in Vladivostok has been put up for auction.

Vladimir Miklushevsky stressed that he set the task - that the process of selling the buildings of the university was as open and transparent as possible.

“A number of buildings are located in the center of Vladivostok and are very attractive objects. The proceeds from the sale of these buildings should be used for the construction of the second phase of the university, ”the head of the region said.

Olga Dergunova noted that the procedures are coordinated with the Federal Property Management Agency and the Ministry of Education and Science. She also stressed that she managed to visit a new campus on the island and was very impressed with it.

“This is a fantastic campus with fantastic features. Modern high school in combination with a medical clinic provides tremendous opportunities for development. It was nice to see enthusiastic students, ”the head of the Federal Property Management Agency noted.

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