The VILLAGE YOUTH /Tyumen region/, 4 March. //. The Chairman of the state Duma Sergey Naryshkin said that the commissioning of new production complexes solves the problem of ensuring self-sufficiency of the Russian economy.
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“Of course, we must continually improve our independence and self-sufficiency, to stop hoping for anyone to produce quality products, providing private market and gaining sector on the foreign markets”, – Naryshkin said at the opening ceremony in the village of Youth of the Tyumen region fish processing plant LLC “Era-98”.
He called the opening of the new modern high-tech enterprises big and joyful event. “The construction of this plant is especially important in our difficult times, when the Russian economy is feeling the influence of several adverse factors: the crisis in the world economy and the unstable situation on world markets of energy resources and other commodities; and this (sanctions) action group of Western countries against our country are illegal, contrary to international law and the principles of the WTO”, – said the Chairman of the state Duma.
According to him, the development of the domestic economy and its conclusion from-under threats of Western influence in Russia all there. It is “rich in natural resources, talented, educated population and competitive professional staff,” said the speaker. “And the main thing – desire to work and their work to strengthen our homeland”, – he added.
As for the “Era-98”, the construction of this plant indicates a very great industrial potential of the Tyumen region, favourable conditions for entrepreneurship and investment, a good interaction between government and business, their willingness to continually create new and more jobs, Naryshkin said.
Fish processing plant LLC “Era-98” was built in the framework of implementation of the investment project with volume of investments in the amount of 810 million roubles. Production capacity of 2940 tons of fish products 250 titles a year.