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In Yakutia, construction began Zhatayskaya shipyard

In Yakutia, construction began Zhatayskaya shipyard
Photo: Instagram Vladimir Solodov

In Yakutia, on the eve of the Day of the Republic, a solemn installation of the first pile of the Zhatai shipyard took place. This gave a start to a large-scale construction and implementation of an investment project for the modernization and development of Russian capacities to create a river fleet for inland waterways.

“They scored the first pile of the Zhatayskaya shipyard! By the centenary of the republic in 2022 the first ship should be launched from it. Today's event is a symbol of the revival of Yakut shipbuilding, ”said Vladimir Solodov, the chairman of the Yakutian government, on his Instagram page.

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The Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia Denis Manturov, the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolayev, members of the republican government, took part in the installation of the first pile. According to the press service of the regional government, the construction of the shipyard from the federal budget will allocate more four billion rubles, another 750 million rubles will give the budget of the republic, 873 million rubles will come from extrabudgetary sources.

The shipyard is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021. In cooperation with machine-building and ship-building enterprises of Russia, they will be able to build up to 10 river vessels of various types and purposes per year, as well as carry out modernization of six vessels, internavigation repairs and fleet maintenance, as well as the disposal of at least two decommissioned vessels. The authorities of Yakutia are planning expand the boundaries of TOR "Industrial Park" Kangalassy "" for the shipyard. This will reduce the tax burden on the project and speed up its implementation.