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Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin offered to bring back the romance of the Soviet era Kamchatka. About it reports “Interfax”.
In his opinion, this will help to attract young Russians in the far East region, because now the influx of young people there was greatly reduced. “Romance, which at the time were the people who came — our grandfathers, grandmothers, fathers, who built this wonderful land, she needs to return to the hearts of our children, the hearts of young people,” he said.
The Prime Minister also called the reason why people don’t plan to move to Kamchatka. This, he noted, is not just benefits or money, but it depends on the quality of life in the region. “I think that together we need to think very seriously that we could all do to make people come here,” he said Mishustin.
13 August, Prime Minister of Russia arrived to the far East in the framework of the working visit. He arrived in Anadyr and had a meeting with Governor of Chukotka Autonomous district Roman Copynum. After that went to Kamchatka. His trip will last until August 18. Plans are also in the Magadan and Amur region.
On 12 August the President of Russia Vladimir Putin demanded that the acting Governor of Kamchatskiy Krai Vladimir Solodov to deal with the level of prices in the region. The head of state considered that the current prices on the Kamchatka Peninsula unreasonably high. However, he agreed that the level of income of the residents of Kamchatka “looks good”, but offset by the high cost of many goods and services. “Real incomes are not that great turn out”, — said Putin.
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