Governor Vladimir Mazur Discussed the Siberia Development Strategy


The Strategy for the Socioeconomic Development of the Siberian Federal District until 2035, its interim results, and top priorities were discussed in Moscow with the involvement of the representatives of the Russian Government, Federation Council of the Russian Federation, leaders of the Siberian regions, federal ministries, interregional association Siberian Agreement, state corporations, development institutes, and others.

Governor of the Tomsk Region Vladimir Mazur took part in the meeting of the interdepartmental working group on the Strategy implementation.

The interdepartmental working group considered the issues of the construction policy, development of the housing and utility complex, transport infrastructure, agriculture, power supply, mineral extraction, human resourcing for the Siberian economy and much more.

Each Siberian region resolves specific tasks of developing the economy of the District and the country. The Tomsk Region is historically very strong in science and HR training, the cooperation between researchers and practitioners evolves in the region.

“One of the key tasks of the Strategy is to create a Siberian research and education cluster and to put into practice the “Lavrentev’s triangle” to align the development of science, production facilities and human resources availability. Here we put high hopes on the Tomsk Region as an academic region,” commented Chair of the Executive Committee of interregional association Siberian Agreement Gennady Guselnikov.

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