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Medvedev announced the renewal of transport infrastructure in the Far East
The Russian government intends to engage in the modernization of the transport infrastructure of strategically important regions, including the Far East. This was stated by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, informing about the main directions of the Cabinet of Ministers for the period up to 2024.
According to the press service of the Minsk Region, the development of global transit routes: the East-West and North-South corridors, as well as the Northern Sea Route, will be a separate task. The government plans to increase the capacity of BAM and Transsib to 180 million tons annually, and the flow of cargo along the Northern Sea Route to 80 million tons every year.
Until 2024, the authorities intend to update the transport infrastructure, ensure access to energy and water supply, create new jobs in the Far Eastern Federal District and the Arctic zone, and develop social infrastructure.