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The Ministry of Economic Development of Russia will assist in the creation of a special economic zone (SEZ) of industrial and production type in Dagestan. It is referred to a SEZ on the territory of Tyube Industrial Park in the Kumtorkalinsky District. This was announced by the first Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Mikhail Babich at the meeting with the Chairman of the Government of Dagestan Artyom Zdunov.
Dagestan currently has all the prerequisites for creation of a special economic zone. The analysts are confident that the functioning of the SEZ will contribute to creating additional favorable conditions for the development of economic and scientific potential, the attraction of domestic and foreign investment, and movements of the provinces’ economy to an innovative development path.
Currently, the industrial park has 82 ha of free space, where it is planned to place, for example, a unique for the South of Russia quenching furnace. It allows for processing a glass of the maximum format 6000x3210. In addition, Tyube is expected to open an enterprise for the daily processing of up to 10 tons of waste paper and production of paper and cardboard products.
At the meeting, the parties discussed the implementation of the investment projects under the framework of the government program "NCFD Development". We also discussed the preparation of proposals for the formation of the federal budget for the year 2021 and the planning period for the years 2022 and 2023. We also referred to an extremely important issue for the Republic — building of treatment facilities in the Caspian Sea.
At the same time, it was emphasized that the development institutions of the North Caucasus should become a center for stimulation of the investment activities in the entire North Caucasus Federal District, and Dagestan is not an exception. It is necessary, together with the North Caucasus Development Corporation, to establish a dialogue with investors as soon as possible, create and implement the most effective and popular tools, and support the investment process from conception to completion.
We recall that from January 21, 2020, the powers of the Ministry of the Caucasus of the Russian Federation have been transferred to the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.