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Sverdlovsk region is ready to create joint ventures with Kolyma

During the working meeting in Magadan, the governor of the Sverdlovsk region Evgeny Kuyvashev said that the region is ready to consider the possibility of creating joint ventures with Kolyma. In the Urals produce a wide range of products of medical equipment and pharmacology, which can be in demand in the Magadan region. Another important area is cooperation in mining and processing of minerals.

The head of the Sverdlovsk region is ready to develop cooperation in energy, transport and housing and communal services, as well as in mechanical engineering, including the production of aviation equipment. Temporarily acting governor of the Magadan region, Sergei Nosov, said that the most favorable scenario implies the launch of metallurgical enterprises in the region. According to the press service of the regional government, the Urals metallurgists can attract excess electricity on the Kolyma and a fixed energy tariff. Special preferences are provided for by the special economic zone regime.

The Minister of Industry and Science of the Sverdlovsk Region, Sergei Perestoronin, in turn, noted that the Ekaterinburg non-ferrous metal processing plant is interested in increasing supplies of gold-silver alloy for refining from the Kolyma mining enterprises. In the near future, negotiations will be held on the implementation of specific interregional projects.