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The concept of TOP on. Russian approved, investments in projects will exceed 50 billion rubles - EastRussia | Far East






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The concept of TOP on. Russian approved, investments in projects will exceed 50 billion rubles

The Government of the Russian Federation approved the concept of the development of the Russky Island in Vladivostok, developed by the Ministry of the Interior, with the reference to the words of Minister Alexander Galushka at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF).

“Eight investors have confirmed their desire to implement their projects here for more than 50 billion rubles. Among them are the center of nuclear medicine, the engineering center of the Far Eastern Center for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair, the design center for the supply of electricity to the APR countries, new hotel and tourist complexes. In order for these projects to start and start successfully, an ABR will be created on Russky Island, ”the press service quotes the minister. In order to support investors, the Ministry of Development and Development for the next two years has provided 3,8 billion rubles. federal budget funds for the infrastructure development of the island.

Also, the development concept provides for the construction on the island of the Center for International Cooperation, including the congress and exhibition
center (planned to be used for the Eastern Economic Forum), business centers and hotels. In terms of the development of the Far Eastern Federal University, it is planned to create a full-fledged university city. The construction of Phase II of FEFU includes new academic buildings, laboratories, a fundamental library, a technology-innovation park, a children's technology park, as well as special country campuses for students from China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and other APR countries. Russky Island is supposed to be the center of attraction for high-tech projects and companies in the Far East. The concept envisages the creation of a marine biotechnopark, a platform for the use, testing and certification of Russian and foreign high-tech systems, including robotics, marine technology, and unmanned systems. The creation of the Far Eastern Fund for the Development and Implementation of High Technologies will also contribute to this. To increase the tourist attractiveness of the island, Russian provides for the introduction of tax free.