Putin discussed the substitution with Belgorod Governor

Putin discussed the substitution with Belgorod Governor


At the meeting with the President of Russia Belgorod region Governor said that all socio-economic indicators the region shows positive dynamics.

MOSCOW, 30 Dec. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin discussed with the Governor of Belgorod region Yevgeny Savchenko issues of import substitution, investment and socio-economic development of the region.

“Our main social and economic indicators – all the dynamics is positive, Mr Putin. The increasing life expectancy, population, economy. Gross regional product is growing, the industrial production index – 104%, agriculture — to 103.8, investment growth, growth of housing. This year we we went out on exactly one square meter per person per year”, — said the Governor.

He said that Belgorod region meat provides 20 million people, every seventh Russian.

With regard to the implementation of the may decrees, then, according to the head of the region, no breakdown, no single indicator, including on wages.

“The objects that we have introduced or are introducing the last months, is the largest Stoilensky GOK, Lebedinsky GOK. Passed the manufacture of pipelines for nuclear and thermal power plants. The facing brick plant, which is called “Red Guard” is introduced so that we are not standing still,” — said Savchenko.

On specifying question of the President, whether we are talking about 40 billion rubles of investments, the Governor responded positively.

“The new manufacturing facilities, a unique project – lysine, an essential amino acid. 11 billion rubles worth project. Pharmaceutical complex we have created from scratch, launched, gives about 10 billion products”, — said the head of the region.

According to him, great attention is paid to the greenhouse complex. “Took a course on 500 acres. This year about 30 pass, next year we start another 100 hectares, consistently go. Gardening – this year laid almost 1000 hectares. Great results, no problems”, — the Governor added.