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Oleg Skufinsky, deputy head of the Minsk region, met with representatives of the forest complex of the Far Eastern Federal District
A working meeting took place between the Deputy Head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Oleg Skufinsky, with representatives of the forestry complex of the Far Eastern Federal District. The event was organized at the Far Eastern Research Institute of Forestry (FBI DalNIILH) with the participation of the leaders of the Dalexportles Association, RFPGroup holding, the group of companies ZAO Shelekhovsky KLPH, OOO Khabarovsk veneer, OOO Vesna, representatives of small logging and woodworking enterprises and industry science.
The main topic of discussion was the development of programs necessary for the development of the forest complex of the region, as well as the possibility of effective competition between the forest industry enterprises of the Far East and foreign producers and suppliers of forest products in the markets of the Asia-Pacific region.
According to Oleg Skufinsky, indicators of the forest industry are currently generally unsatisfactory.
“About 90% of foreign investments in the timber industry of the Far Eastern Federal District are associated with logging and subsequent export of unprocessed timber to China, the Republic of Korea and Japan. That is, the proximity of the Russian Far East to areas of high economic concentration and capacious markets of the APR countries is not used in the way required by the new priorities in the development of the Far East, ”Oleg Skufinsky said.
“It is obvious that the situation in the industry requires prompt decisions on the part of all levels of government, the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East is ready to be the coordinator of this work,” the Deputy Minister added.