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Vladimir Pecheny spoke about projects that are planned to be developed in the region in the mode of TOP

Yesterday, after a meeting with the Plenipotentiary Envoy of the President in the Far Eastern Federal District Y. Trutnev, held in Vladivostok, the Governor of the Magadan Region Vladimir Pechenyi gave comments on the TOPs in the Magadan Region of Magadanmedia news agency.

“First of all, these are the projects that are related to our main mining industry, therefore, within the framework of the TOP projects, this is the development of deposits in the Yano-Kolyma gold province, the construction of the largest gold mining enterprises in Russia - the Matrosov mine and the gold mining company at the deposit "Pavlik".

A promising project, which is already well developed today, remains the plan for the creation of the Omsukchan coal cluster. This is an export-oriented project, designed for the Asia-Pacific region. Already today, the projects listed by me are being implemented and, I think, will be launched, and preferential terms will create additional opportunities to increase capacity and create new jobs. We will continue to promote the project for the creation of an agro-industrial park, which for us is more important not in the sphere of economy, but towards food security, that is, providing Kolyma with its own products. In principle, the work in this direction has already begun: the production of broiler chickens has been opened in the region. "

As for the ski resort and resort of Talai, the work on these projects will also continue - said Vladimir Pechenyi.

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