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The Governors of 5 regions agreed upon the consolidation for interregional cooperation in Kaluga

On the 2d of September the delegation of the governors from a number of regions of the Central Federal District visited Kaluga Region. The temporarily assuming the responsibilities of the head of the region Anatoly Artamonov accompanied his colleagues from Tula, Vladimir, Orel and Kursk in the trip around the region.

The key event of that day was the signing of a collaboration agreement between the Government of Kaluga, Vladimir, Orel and Tula regions. Anatoly Artamonov, Svetlana Orlova, Vadim Potomsky and Vladimir Gruzdev affixed their signatures. The parts agreed upon the creation of favourable conditions for the development of interregional integration and for the strengthening of ties in the spheres of mutual interest. With the head of Kursk region Alexander Mikhailov Anatoly Artamonov signed the protocol to the agreement on a trade-economic and scientific-technical agreement currently in force since 2009.

In the course of the visit the governors visited Rosva industrial park, where they learnt first-hand about the working environment of its residents. A new project «Biotechnological complex - Rosva», stipulating the creation of unique opportunities for advanced wheat processing with the following production of ecologically pure food components, was presented to the visitors. The processing capacity is 250 thousand tons of grain per year.

Commenting upon the results of collaborative work, Anatoly Artamonov remarked: «We are regions, which are situated not far from each other and, if we don’t collaborate, the inhabitants and enterprises on our territories will suffer. We are obliged to interact, to promote our possibilities». He emphasized that the collaboration in economics, culture, and science would have a synergistic effect for the society development.

Source Press Department of the Government of Kaluga Region

 

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