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Yuri Trutnev - "The first TOR in Primorye will be Dry Port"

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, Yury Trutnev, during his visit to Vladivostok, said that the project of building a dry port in the Nadezhda district of the Primorsky Territory will receive support and will become the first advanced development area (TOR) in the Far East.

Mr. Trutnev visited the site of the future transport and logistics center in the Nadezhdinsky district of Primorye. “The modern logistics center will partially relieve the oversaturated Vladivostok,” said Yuri Trutnev. “The project is in a high degree of readiness. None of the experts had any doubts that it would be the dry port that would become the first implemented advanced development area (TOR) in the Far East. The project will receive support at all levels of government. "

According to the regional administration, it is planned to build a multi-profile production and trading platform with a multimodal transshipment complex, with access railway and road routes. A residential neighborhood will be built not far from the site. The neighboring lands of the Ministry of Defense will be transferred for individual construction to large families of Primorye.

According to the mayor of Artem Vladimir Novikov, “our country has already presented to its neighbors in the Asia-Pacific region a program for the construction of two transport and logistics zones in the south of Primorye. There are several seaports in the region - specialized and widespread; the Trans-Siberian railway and a highway across the country originate; Vladivostok is the starting / ending point of the Northern Sea Route. Therefore, "dry ports will be in demand," says Mr. Novikov.

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