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Medvedev supported the idea of ​​building vessels under investment quotes in the Far Eastern Federal District

Medvedev supported the idea of ​​building vessels under investment quotes in the Far Eastern Federal District
Photo: primorsky.ru

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev supported the idea of ​​building ships in the Far East under investment quotas. This will allow the transfer of construction volumes from the west of the country to the east.

The governor of Primorye, Oleg Kozhemyako, proposed the premiere to work on the principle “where you catch, you build there”. In the coming months, the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia and the Federal Agency for Fishery will hold an auction for crab quotas. If they give orders to Far Eastern shipyards, shipyards in the DFO will receive an order for 30 medium-tonnage vessels.

According to the press service of the regional administration, these orders will allow loading shipbuilding enterprises of the Far East, attracting new technologies to the plants, and subsequently creating a process of a long life cycle: maintenance, repair of ships.

Also, Dmitry Medvedev supported the proposal on tax benefits for ship repair, technical re-equipment, modernization and renovation of vessels, as well as on the obligatory call of Russian ships to the regional ports after repair abroad for customs clearance. The Ministry of Industry and Trade and Customs must work out all the mechanisms and issue the necessary regulatory documents from 2020.