KHABAROVSK, 17 Nov. The delegation of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany were discussed with representatives of Ministry opportunities for cooperation and investment in the far East, the Ministry said on Tuesday.
It is noted that according to the head of the German delegation, regional Commissioner of the German Embassy in Moscow to the Russian Far East Tobias Tunkel, “measures implemented by the government of Russia in the far East, are of potential interest in the context of development of mutually beneficial cooperation”.
“Foreign guests were interested in opportunities for the supply of Russian companies of equipment, participation in the implementation of major infrastructure projects. Of particular interest in the experience granting special conditions within the institutions of the territories of priority development and Free port of Vladivostok,” — said in information.
Currently in the far East established nine priority development areas. Two in the Amur region, Khabarovsk and Primorye territories, and one in Kamchatka, Chukotka and Yakutia. It is planned to allocate from the budget of the Russian Federation of 21 billion rubles. The Russian authorities expect to attract in the framework of implementation of projects in Torah more than 240 billion rubles of private funds.
The Federal law on the Free port of Vladivostok came into force on 12 October 2015. Mode the port will act on the territory of 15 municipal formations of Primorsky Krai.