Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the Ministry will be allocated more than 3 billion rubles for the modernization of networks and other necessary infrastructure for the development of the far Eastern plant “Zvezda”.
VLADIVOSTOK, 18 Dec. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has asked not to delay the creation of the tenth of the territory of advanced development (TOR) in the far East, because on this depends the solution of many problems connected with the further development of the region and large enterprises, including the far Eastern plant “Zvezda”.
During the visit the head of government said that currently the factory repair ships are 4.5 thousand people, while in Soviet times, there were 12 thousand.
“Where are the specialists?” — asked Medvedev.
The Governor Nikolay Miklushevsky reported that many specialists left to work at enterprises in neighboring cities. As reported by the plant management, the challenge now is to invite specialists from other regions, which is necessary to build two or three of the residential neighborhood to accommodate 7.5 thousand families. Miklushevsky reported to Medvedev that the money for the erection of three houses provided. Several more houses will be built along the lines of the seller and Fund the development of the Far East. Only 20 houses will be built.
“If we don’t just build houses, not people. Not people — all this beauty will not take place”, — Medvedev said, adding the leadership of the region and the far Eastern plant “Zvezda”, how well do they understand the mechanisms for addressing these issues.
The Prime Minister announced that the Ministry will be allocated more than 3 billion rubles for the modernization of networks and other necessary infrastructure.
Minister for Far East development Alexander Galushka said that the tenth THOR will be generated in early 2016.
“Then form. It is just paperwork, not the most difficult”, — said Medvedev.
In addition, as told to the Prime Minister during a visit to the far Eastern plant “Zvezda”, it is necessary to solve the problem of summing the natural gas to the plant, since this will depend on including the cost of shipbuilding. Medvedev offered to discuss this issue, as well as a number of other important moments at a joint meeting of government commissions on import substitution and on the socio-economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region, which takes place on Friday in Vladivostok.
Now 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.