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Road maps of agricultural investment projects will be developed in the Irkutsk region - EastRussia | Far East






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Road maps of agricultural investment projects will be developed in Irkutsk region

The Governor of the Irkutsk Region Sergei Levchenko at a meeting with the heads of public non-profit organizations of the agro-industrial complex instructed the Ministry of Agriculture of the region to develop road maps of investment projects aimed at the development of agricultural production

Road maps of agricultural investment projects will be developed in Irkutsk region
The ministry will have to submit a detailed study of the projects by mid-August; financing plans will also be identified in the road maps, the press service of the regional government reports.

Since 2011, a program for the implementation of investment projects for five years has been implemented in the region. In the current year, the working group of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Irkutsk region carried out work to identify agricultural producers who are willing and able to continue implementing investment projects. In total, 117 projects were selected in the following areas: dairy farming, production of grain, rapeseed, other oilseeds and vegetables, beef cattle breeding, pig farming, agricultural cooperation, fur farming and rabbit breeding, sheep breeding and goat breeding, horse breeding, fish farming.

The Minister of Agriculture of the region Ilya Sumarokov explained that as a result of the implementation of investment projects, it is planned to increase the production of grain by 2020 by 3 times, milk by 70%, meat by 2,1 times, and vegetables by 3,4 times by investment projects. More 1300 new jobs will be created.

The meeting also discussed proposals for the development of the agro-industrial complex in the framework of the Strategy for the socio-economic development of the region before 2030. As Ilya Sumarokov emphasized, investment projects selected during the monitoring will have to form the basis of the development strategy of the agro-industrial complex. The proposals are planned to be considered with the participation of the public and unions of agricultural producers, after which a package of documents will be sent to the Ministry of Economic Development of the Irkutsk Region.