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The concept of development of Vladivostok will be presented at the WEF

The Russian-Japanese concept for the development of Vladivostok will be presented to the heads of two states at the Eastern Economic Forum, which will be held on 6-7 September, the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration said after the meeting between Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky and Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan Hanaoka Hirofumi. The meeting discussed the issues of creating a project team, which would include Japanese specialists on an ongoing basis, coordinating all projects within the framework of the concept of creating a comfortable urban environment.

"It is obvious that the projects of park areas, a Japanese garden, car parks should be linked to the complex development plan of Vladivostok. The installation of "smart" traffic lights can not be considered without the project VKAD. At the same time, if this road goes along the Amur Bay, it will simply ruin the entire coastline. In this connection, we would be happy to use the experience of building transport interchanges in Tokyo, "the head of the region said in the message. He also noted that he visited Japan several times and appreciated the quality of the transport infrastructure. The representative of Japan expressed the opinion that it is necessary to consider the general plan of the city in a comprehensive manner and to seek sources of financing. "I think that here we should talk about attracting sources of funding from both the Russian side and from the Japanese, both state and municipal," said Hanaoka Hirofumi.

A delegation of the Japanese Ministry arrived in Primorye to attend a meeting of the Russian-Japanese working group on the development of the urban environment in Vladivostok. To make Vladivostok comfortable for life for Russian President Vladimir Putin was proposed by Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe a year ago at the second Eastern Economic Forum. The agreement on the implementation of the master plan of the Vladivostok urban district was signed between the Foundation for a Unified Institute for Housing Development and Architectural and Engineering Nikken Sekkei Ltd.
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