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Far Eastern science city appears on the island of Russian

As it was noted in the instructions of the Russian President Vladimir Putin, given to him on the results and results of the WEF-2016, the government of the country is to prepare and approve the concept of the development of the Russky Island in advance of 1 June 2017, envisaging the creation on its territory of an international scientific, educational and technological cluster

Far Eastern science city appears on the island of Russian
As the Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev told reporters, Russian Island itself must become a “kind of science city” that will concentrate intellectual resources for technological and innovative development of Russia around itself.

According to Yuri Trutnev, this is quite a difficult job, because the Russian island is a "special" territory, in relation to which there is the idea of ​​creating a "science city". Our country so far only at one point - in Skolkovo - relatively beginning to solve this problem. The point is to concentrate here intellectual resources, which will need to create conditions for technological and innovative development of the country.

As previously reported, Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the government to prepare and approve the concept of development of the Russian Island (Pr-1, p. 1827-e) by June 1.

Six years ago, a tourist-recreational zone was created on Russky Island, after which in 2014 and in March 2016, the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia insistently offered to cease its existence ahead of time: the pretext was that during the time since its inception, there was no funding for the developed concept development zone at the expense of the federal budget, while there was also no interest in the implementation of projects by private investors, there were no potential residents of the projects, reports TASS.

Later it was proposed to develop the zone of the Russian Island in a different format: outside the SEZ Institute, using the mechanisms of private-state partnership.