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The draft national development program for the Far East was submitted to the Russian government

The draft national development program for the Far East was submitted to the Russian government
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The Ministry for the Development of Russia submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers a draft national program for the development of the Far East. The document reflects the goals for ensuring economic growth rates exceeding one and a half times the national average, improving the quality of life to a level higher than the national average, as well as stopping the migration outflow of the population.

According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, it is planned that during the implementation of the national program it will be possible to increase total exports by 1,5 times and the share of non-oil exports to 40%, to attract at least 11,5 trillion rubles of investments. Measures are also provided to increase the transport accessibility of settlements, the quality of health care services, education, science, culture and sports. And the volume of housing construction in the Far East will grow 1,6 times.

The draft national program was ready for September 2019 of the year. She was introduced to President Vladimir Putin at the Fifth Eastern Economic Forum. More than 200 thousand Far Easterners.