The project is delivered as part of the intergovernmental agreement between Russia and China. It is one of the priority projects aimed at Russia’s integration with the global concept “One Belt – One Road”. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping designated this project as one of the elements in a new system of partnership and strategic interaction. Its throughput capacity is 20 million tons a year.
A large-scale construction project of a modern shipyard and social infrastructure for its employees is being delivered in the territory of the dockyard Zvezda and adjacent sites in Bolshoi Kamen Bay (and in the eponymous special economic zone), Primorsky Region.
The project implemented in partnership with one of the largest pork producers in Russia – Rusagro Group – anticipates the creation of a pig-breeding complex in the Far East with the capacity of up to 112 thou tonnes in live weight a year.
The Amur Region is one of the drivers of the Far-Eastern agriculture. The index of agricultural production in the region is on the rise, with record soya crop yields harvested in this territory (about 50% of the all-Russian soya yield). Amur agribusinesses ramp up the export of this crop – above all to neighboring China.
The project is directed at expanding the GPA in the Far East.19-seat planes that can be exploited on shorter runway airfields as well as on unprepared dirt airfields are used for transporting passengers to hard-to-reach areas.
GRES-2 is being constructed on the western coast of Sakhalin in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin in order to replace the retired power capacity and ensure the stability of the island’s energy system during peak load periods.
The project is being implemented by the Far East Development Fund jointly with the Russia — Japan investment platform and the Hokkaido Corporation as part of the Russian Agricultural Complex Development Strategy 2020.