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Vladimir Pecheny told Vladimir Putin about the socio-economic situation in the Magadan Region

A working meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Governor of the Magadan Region Vladimir Pechenogo began with a discussion on the Law on the Special Economic Zone. According to the press service of the Russian president, Vladimir Pechenyi thanked the president for his support, as this law has great significance for the region.

“Today we already feel a desire to use these instruments, including [instruments] for supporting the Far East and new instruments for priority development territories (a law that has also been adopted). We have prepared these projects too, proposed a project for the development of the Omsukchan coal cluster, ”said Vladimir Pecheny.

“In general, these tools, of course, are a good basis for us to move forward. Moreover, this year for us, however, like the previous one, [was successful] - in terms of gold production we increased by 24 tons, in terms of silver - by more than 900 tons. This is the highest figure in Russia, ”explained the Governor of the Magadan Region.

The Governor also reported to Vladimir Putin that new projects in the conditions of the SEZ and the territories of advanced development give confidence in further successes.

"A new enterprise is being prepared for launch at the Pavlik field, which, with full output, will give almost plus 6 tons of gold per year. Strictly speaking, this is our main industry, and I hope that this set of tools - the regime of the Special Economic Zone, the territory of advanced development - will create very good prerequisites for positive dynamics and continue, "Vladimir Pechenyi said.

Photo: the Presidential Press and Information Office
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