Agreement on Creation of Public Private Partnership is Signed in Buryatia
On July 4 during the visit of the authorized representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Siberian Federal District Anatoly Kvashnin to the Republic of Buryatia an agreement on creation of the public-private partnership in the territory of this region was signed.
The agreement was signed by the Government of Buryatia and eight investor companies. These include LLC Metals of Eastern Siberia Corporation, OJSC SUEK, OJSC Buryatzoloto, OJSC Baikal Timber Company, LLC Zolotoy Vostok-Siberia, OJSC Atomredmetzoloto, LLC Orekitkanskaya Ore Mining Company and LLC Khuzhir Enterprise. The main purpose of the document is to coordinate the activities in implementation of investment projects.
Pursuant to the agreement the parties agreed to facilitate the involvement of the scientific and technical potential of the Siberian Federal District in the development and implementation of the innovative technologies in construction of facilities as part of the investment projects in Buryatia. In addition, the parties agree to participate in the development of comprehensive environmental measures to prevent and clean up environmental pollution, assist in creation of favorable conditions to attract and efficiently use the investments. On July 3, a day before the execution of the Agreement, A. Kvashnin visited Khiagdindkoye deposit, one of the biggest uranium ore deposits in Russia, owned by OJSC Atomredmetzoloto, and visited the mining site of the Ozernoye deposit of polymetallic ores.
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