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In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk will install surveillance cameras to identify violators in a natural accumulation of debris. On Friday, may 22, told TASS, the mayor of the regional center Sergey nadsadin.
The surveillance will appear in the framework of the project “Smart city”, the agreement which was signed in 2019, the Minister of construction and housing and communal services Vladimir Yakushev, Governor of the Sakhalin region Valery Limarenko and Sergey nadsadin.
“Literally today we had a conversation with the supervising [this direction] Deputy Prime Minister [Sakhalin region] Vyacheslav Alenikovym, with whom we discussed the issue of installing cameras in areas that require monitoring the process of nesostavnye dumps,” — said nadsadin, but did not specify the timing of the project.
Today, the problem of dumps for the Sakhalin region remains acute. As of 1 January, the region was registered 123 illegal dumping, but by the end of April the number increased to 300.
The project “Smart city” is realized in Russia, including in the framework of the national project “Digital economy”. Only the implementation of the national project it is planned to allocate more than 1.8 trillion rubles. In particular, it implies an increase of internal costs for the development of the digital economy at the expense of all sources, the creation of sustainable and secure information and telecommunications infrastructure for high speed transmission, processing and storage of large amounts of data, as well as the transfer of government agencies and organizations to use mainly software developed in Russia.
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