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Yakut Torahs "Basalt - New Technologies" and "Zarechie" will be reviewed at the nearest subcommittee

Today, Yuri Trutnev held two meetings in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the region, the first of them was devoted to the development of priority development territories and investment projects in the Far East. Two TOP - "Basalt - new technologies" and "Zarechye" got into the sphere of discussion. Yuri Trutnev noted that now there is an active study of both projects, the solution of financing issues with a view to their possible adoption for implementation by the government Sub-Commission. When asked which of the TOP is of higher priority, the Deputy Prime Minister replied that the projects are equal in importance. With regard to investment projects, according to the press service of the region, they discussed working issues on the coal and mining projects adopted last week for implementation.

At the same time, the Deputy Prime Minister noted that “territories of priority development are for us a slightly higher priority form than support for investment projects. Supporting investment projects, we create conditions for the development of a single project, and when creating a territory of priority development, we create conditions for the development of the region».

The second meeting was devoted to the implementation of the plan of priority measures to ensure sustainable economic development and social stability in Yakutia. According to EastRussia, four main directions of the region's anti-crisis plan were announced: first, the activation of economic growth; second, support for economic sectors; third - ensuring social stability, as well as monitoring and control of the situation in the social sphere.

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