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Vladimir Miklushevsky met with the new Consul General of Japan in Vladivostok

29 October Governor of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Miklushevsky met with the new Consul General of Japan in Vladivostok Kasai Tatsuhiko. Vladimir Miklushevsky congratulated Kasai Tatsuhiko with the appointment.

The Governor of the region emphasized that Japan was and remains an important strategic partner for Primorye. A number of joint investment projects in high-tech production, forestry and other industries are being implemented in the region.

“One of them is the Sollers car assembly plant, where Toyota and Mazda cars are assembled. Labor productivity on it is 14 times higher than the average for the economy of Primorye, and now a special economic zone has been created on the basis of Sollers. " - said the Governor.

He also informed Kasai Tatsuhiko about plans to create territories for priority development in Primorye. Also yesterday, an agreement was signed to create the Vladivostok agglomeration.

“This will make it possible to create a megapolis in Primorye, which will be of great interest to investors. In particular, by increasing the number of people for large retail chains, ”emphasized Vladimir Miklushevsky.

Kasai Tatsuhiko noted that relations with the regions of the Far East and Primorye are also important for Japan. He intends to strengthen the relations of the territories.

“I am glad that many Japanese companies operate in Primorye and that a large number of Japanese goods are presented,” added Kasai Tatsuhiko.

The Consul General also noted that the Sollers project is very interesting, and this is a good start for other large projects. In addition, according to him, Japanese companies are interested in cooperation with Primorye in the field of agriculture and energy.

In conclusion, Vladimir Miklushevsky wished Kasai Tatsuhiko successful and productive work in Primorye.

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