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Yakut uluses included in the Arctic zone
The composition of the Arctic zone of Russia includes eight more ulus and districts of Yakutia. The decree about this 13 May was signed by President Vladimir Putin. The document has already entered into force.
Earlier, the Arctic zone included five districts of Yakutia: Allaikhovsky, Anabarsky, Bulunsky, Nizhnekolymsky and Ust-Yansky uluses located along the coast of the Arctic Ocean. According to the press service of the government of the republic, now eight remote districts that are beyond the Arctic Circle have been connected to them.
Now programs on the development of the Arctic will be able to operate in these regions, as well as on the territories of areas previously included in the Arctic zone. Also, the inhabitants of these territories will be freed from transportation, property and land taxes.