Trutnev: residents of free port of Vladivostok bureaucracy will not see

Trutnev: residents of free port of Vladivostok bureaucracy will not see


Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev said that the residents of the free port of Vladivostok will be able to use the electronic service. And in the event of a collision with the bureaucratic delays will be able to write to the Supervisory Council and to him personally.

VLADIVOSTOK, 21 Oct. Nadezhda Egorova. Deputy Prime Minister, Plenipotentiary of RF President in the far Eastern Federal district Yuri Trutnev promised to future residents of the free port of Vladivostok is the lack of bureaucracy and impartiality in the assignment of the status.

“E-service involves the ability of the Supervisory Board at any time to verify the ratio of applications received and submitted to the meeting of the Supervisory Board, to test, to figure out who didn’t get there. Secondly, once warned colleagues that if they, for whatever reason, will be confronted with bureaucratic barriers to obtaining resident status, they can apply for the Supervisory Board, to me, and we’ll definitely consider it,” said Trutnev.

Previously entered into force the law on the establishment of the free port of Vladivostok. The head of Minvostokrazvitiya Alexander Galushka reported that potential investors in the free port has already offered seven investment projects worth more than 60 billion rubles.

The state provides to residents of the free port free of road and engineering infrastructure. For residents of the free port is stipulated preferences and privileges for the profit tax: in the first five years applies a reduced rate — not more than 5% in the next five years — at least 10%. The free port covers 15 municipalities of Primorsky Krai.