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Yakutia and MMC "Timir" discussed the draft agreement on socio-economic cooperation
Yakutia and the Timir mining and smelting plant discussed a draft agreement on social and economic cooperation. According to the press service of the administration of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), this issue was discussed at the meeting of the first deputy chairman of the government of the republic Pavel Marinychev with representatives of the company.
CJSC GMK Timir owns 4 licenses for the development of iron ore deposits in the Tayezhnoye, Desovskoye, Tarynnakhskoye and Gorkitskoye deposits located in the Neryungri, Olekminsky and Aldansky districts of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), with aggregate reserves of more than 3,5 billion tons suitable for open development.
It is important that the document clearly specifies the obligations of the parties on tax policy, the training of local personnel and their employment at subsoil users, interested in the work of companies with local small and medium-sized businesses engaged in agriculture, consumer services, catering, etc. ., noted Marynychev. After agreeing on the positions, an agreement was reached on signing the agreement 1 November 2014.
The meeting was also attended by the head of the "Neryungri district" Andrei Fitisov. At the end of the official event, a solemn signing of an agreement on social and economic partnership between the Timir mining and smelting enterprise and the Neryungrinsky district of Moscow was held.