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1,2 billion rubles will be attracted for the construction of a shipyard in Yakutia
1,2 billion rubles from extrabudgetary sources will be invested in the construction of the first phase of the Zhatay shipyard in Yakutia. The shipyard signed an agreement on cooperation with Gazprombank.
The project will receive most of the funding from the federal budget. Money will come in two stages. As told in an interview TASS the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, this year the Zhataysky shipyard will receive 550 million rubles from the treasury, 2020 billion rubles in 2,5, and 2021 billion rubles in 1,1. The shipyard plans to receive another three billion rubles to finance the second stage of the shipyard construction as part of the national development program Far East.
Funding will be directed to the modernization and development of capacities to create a modern river fleet for cargo transportation in the Lena basin and in the Arctic zone, including along the Northern Sea Route.
The construction of the Zhatay shipyard has begun in April this year. It is planned to be completed by the end of the 2021 year. The first ship at the enterprise should be launched in 2022. In a year they will be able to produce up to ten river vessels of various types and purposes, to modernize and repair existing ships and serve them during the inter-navigation period. To reduce the tax burden and accelerate the implementation of the project, the authorities of Yakutia plan to expand the boundaries of the Kangalassi Industrial Park for the Zhatay Shipyard.