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The head of the Amur region asked for help for farmers who lost their crops due to flooding
The governor of the Amur Region, Vasily Orlov, during a working meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeyev, said that the region needs state support. According to him, it is necessary for local farmers because of the loss of part of the crop during the floods.
He did not promise to help the federal official in resolving this issue, but noted that the Amur Region is the only region in the Far East where soybean is grown on a large scale. According to Alexey Gordeev, this advantage must be effectively used.
According to the press service of the regional government, the Amur Region authorities consider the oil extraction plant to be a serious growth point, which will launch the second phase in 2019, which allows producing about 320 thousand tons of soy isolate per year. Taking this opportunity, the governor invited the vice-premier to open the second stage. The first was launched with the participation of Russian President Vladimir Putin.