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Yury Trutnev insists on further discussion of the draft carbon-free zone in Eastern Siberia

According to the vice-premier, the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, Yury Trutnev, the idea of ​​creating a carbon-free zone in Eastern Siberia needs further elaboration and detailed discussion.

Yury Trutnev insists on further discussion of the draft carbon-free zone in Eastern Siberia
Vice Premier told journalists after the meeting of the organizing committee VEF-2016.

The plenipotentiary of the president of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev insists that it is necessary to think about the creation of a carbon-free zone in Eastern Siberia.

Noting that he did not call at one stroke the whole coal generation of the country to zero, Yury Trutnev noted that the energy picture of Russia and the world itself is changing a lot, it must be taken into account. We need to think about energy in advance, the presidential envoy is sure.

Yuri Trutnev noted that today the project does not exist - there is an idea that needs discussion and development. It also requires attention to the issue of creating a large energy ring in the regional zone being discussed, said the Rambler news agency.

About declaring inappropriateand also about the removal from consideration by the country's leadership of the idea of ​​creating a carbon-free zone in Eastern Siberia, initiated by Yury Trutnev at the beginning of 2016, today Kommersant reported.