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EastRussia Bulletin: The Far East will receive support through FTP and national projects
It is planned to add to the national projects and federal target programs activities for the development of the Far East and the Baikal region. Utilization of sunken ships in the Far Eastern bays can be included in the national project, Baikal projects have been supplemented by the FTP for the development of tourism, the latest issue of the EastRussia bulletin says.
The heads of the Far Eastern regions appealed to the head of the Ministry of Natural Resources Kobylkin and the deputy prime minister - presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Trutnev with a request to assist in the issue of utilization of sunken ships. As a result, it became known that it could be included in the national project "Ecology". Yuri Trutnev instructed to gather until mid-October full information from all Far Eastern subjects and analyze it for decision-making. The reason for appealing to the federal authorities was the recent leakage of petroleum products from the ship "Professor Moiseev" sunk in Nagaev Bay, Magadan Region, sunk in 2006. Then the authorities of the region decided to raise the fishing trawler for inspection and further disposal, but stated that this requires money from the federal budget.
A number of amendments will affect federal targeted programs. For example, the FTP "Socio-economic development of the Kuril Islands (Sakhalin Region) at 2016-2025 years" was supplemented by an enlarged project to create and develop a system of integrated security and protection against the risks of emergencies. Within the framework of this project, it is planned to construct two objects of the emergency and rescue center for monitoring and forecasting emergencies in the Kuril Islands in Yuzhno-Kurilsk and the village of Kitovoye. The future monitoring center will provide coverage of the Kunashir and Iturup islands, as well as the adjacent water areas.
The Federal Target Program for the development of domestic and incoming tourism in Russia for the 2019-2025 years included the Irkutsk region. Now the region will receive funding from the 2019 year for the project of the tourist and recreational cluster (TRC) "The Gate of Lake Baikal". In the new program, Baikal is part of a group of promising investment projects on the ecological type of tourism. For the first years of funding, it included two projects: the "Gate of Baikal" (Irkutsk region) and the "Great Tea Way" (Buryatia). In general, the total amount of funding for FTP, calculated for six years, is estimated at 286,4 billion rubles.
A detailed analysis of this and other relevant topics can be found in the weekly bulletin EastRussia (https://www.eastrussia.ru/subscribe/).