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Acting Governor of Primorye intends to fight coal dust in the ports of the "two keys"
Oleg Kozhemyako, Acting Governor of the Primorsky Territory, intends to raise in the Russian government the question of the region’s participation in concluding lease agreements for sea berths, which are engaged in open coal transshipment. According to the head of the region, this will reduce the impact on the environment.
Oleg Kozhemyako announced his plans after the plenary session of the International Fishermen Congress. According to TASS, the acting governor noted that in Russia it is necessary to introduce the rule of two keys, according to which the lease agreements for berths will be concluded with the participation of the owner and the region. According to him, the rule is necessary to protect the environment and the population from the activities of tenants, because now they can use berths for transshipment of any products, including coal. After the introduction of the rule, the region will be able to require construction of closed terminals from entrepreneurs.
Oleg Kozhemyako said that he will soon meet with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and will resolve this issue. Acting governor has already stated that the problem of coal dust - one of the main in the Primorsky Territory.