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The authorities of Moscow and the Kamchatka Territory signed an agreement on cooperation

Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin and Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin signed an agreement on trade, economic, scientific, technical and cultural cooperation. The signing ceremony took place October 30 in the building of the government of Moscow, the press service of the Government of the Kamchatka Territory reported.

“We are signing a new Agreement with the Kamchatka Territory. The Kamchatka Territory is not the closest one for Moscow, but, nevertheless, it is also an important economic, social and cultural partner for us. Fish and fish products are supplied from Kamchatka, which is important especially in the situation of sanctions that have been imposed on the supply of a number of foodstuffs, said Sergei Sobyanin. - Almost the entire range of goods is supplied from Moscow to Kamchatka to provide the region. It is very important to establish cooperation in the field of education, healthcare, culture, exchange of experience - all this is provided for in the new agreement. "

“We already have a positive experience of interaction, the new agreement will allow us to expand our cooperation and strengthen social ties between the subjects. We are interested in expanding partnerships, especially now when import substitution is becoming a very important task, - said Vladimir Ilyukhin. - Kamchatka is the fish "table" of our country. We produce quality products. I would like it to be on the tables of Muscovites in this capacity and at minimal prices. Unfortunately, today there are many obstacles. I think that during the implementation of the Agreement we will be able to remove these obstacles, to do everything to ensure that most of the catch of our Kamchatka fishermen goes to the tables of Russians, to the tables of Muscovites. "

The Governor of the Kamchatka Territory noted that Kamchatka is also interested in expanding food supplies from the capital. “In addition, I wanted to invite all Muscovites to visit us in Kamchatka. It so happened that residents of Kamchatka are quite frequent guests of Moscow, the northern vacation is conducive to travel to other territories of Russia through the capital. But I think that Muscovites would probably be happy to visit our Kamchatka land, it is really unique, this is a pristine corner of nature, - said Vladimir Ilyukhin. “I think that with the development of tourism within the framework of the Agreement, Muscovites will get such an opportunity.”

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