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The deputy head of the Ministry of Eastern Development and the Governor discussed plans for the establishment of an ABD in the Amur Region.

First Deputy Minister for the Development of the Far East Alexander Osipov made a working trip to the Amur Region. Together with the Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako and the General Director of the Fund for the Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region Alexei Chekunkov, he considered the development of the region in terms of the implementation of investment projects and the creation of territories of advanced social and economic development in the region. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East.

The meeting discussed plans for the creation of two areas of advanced socio-economic development. The creation of a high-tech agricultural industrial park in the village of Yekaterinoslavskaya, Oktyabrsky district, involves the construction of a seed plant, a plant for the deep processing of soybeans, a feed mill and a research and development center for soybeans. In addition, according to the head of the region Oleg Kozhemyako, it is worth considering the possibility of creating a TOR for the development of dairy production, poultry farming and pig breeding. China should become the main consumer of the products of the created territory of advanced development.

A project was also considered for the construction of an overhead power line "Fevralskaya Rudnaya" with a transformer substation "Rudnaya" with a total length of 174 km from the village of Fevralsk to the village of Koboldo. The implementation of the investment project is necessary to meet the growing demand for electricity and capacity for mining enterprises and the population of the Amur Region.

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