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The Russian Academy of Sciences will join the development of the Far East - EastRussia | Far East






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The Russian Academy of Sciences will join the development of the Far East

The Ministry of Oriental Development and the Russian Academy of Sciences will cooperate on issues of information and scientific support for the implementation of state programs for the development of Far Eastern territories. The interaction will affect the improvement of the legislative base for the creation of a large scientific and technological center and a technopark on Russky Island.

The cooperation agreement was signed by the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development, Alexander Kozlov, and the President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Alexander Sergeev. To fulfill the conditions of the document and create projects for this, the parties will start from the beginning of 2019.

As the head of the ministry, Alexander Kozlov, noted, the implementation of the large-scale task of creating science and technology centers in the Far East will require not only money, but also political decisions. According to him, in the first days of the new year, officials and scientists will visit the existing technopark in Novosibirsk to get acquainted with the experience of colleagues and determine how it can be used in the Far East.

According to the ministry’s press service, the second key area of ​​interaction will concern the elaboration of a national program for the development of the Far East. The main areas will also be expert scientific assessment of economic efficiency and scientific support of state programs in the socio-economic and innovative development of the Far East, the definition of the most promising research on the problems of the territory, the development of proposals for changes in the regulatory legal framework to accelerate the development of the FEFD.