Elaborating the Strategy of Social and Economic Development of Primosky Region until 2030, regional authorities set a goal to provide comfortable living conditions and stop the population outflow, emphasized Konstantin Bogdanenko, the Vice-governor of Primorsky region.
In the Strategy of Social and Economic Development of Primosky Region until 2030 local authorities focus on social issues, high tech development and innovations that are supposed to keep the talented youth in the region and attract innovators from across the country. Konstantin Bogdanenko, the Vice-governor of Primorsky region, told this in his interview with TASS.
“We’re on the last stage of elaborating a similar [to the State Programme of Social and Economic Development of the Russian Far East] regional document - the Strategy of Social and Economic Development of Primosky Region until 2030. It is very important that the Strategy is completed with a detailed programme of it’s implementation. To put it simply, we not only set the news goals, but also offer a step by step plan to achieve them not only on the regional level, but in each municipality. The center of this Strategy is a citizen. And for the first time the document focuses not only on economic, but on social aspects as well”, commented Bogdanenko.
According to his words, while elaborating the Strategy authorities set a goal to provide comfortable living conditions and stop the population outflow. The goals are to be achieved by a number of particular measures such as more accessible medical care and extended set of social security services. Moreover, in the Strategy authorities stake on high tech development and innovations centered in Russky Technopark based in the Far Eastern Federal University.
“Young and talented specialists and scientists in the spheres of IT, neurotechnology, biotechnology, robotics, augmented and virtual reality will be able to realize themselves here. This way we will not only keep the talented youth in the region, but also provide the conditions that will attract innovators from across the country”, said Bogdanenko.
He specified that the Strategy will be reviewed in collaboration with the Members of Legislative Assembly, experts, business associations and members of the public in order to extend the measures of the Srategy until 2035. These decisions will be handed down as proposals to be included in the State Programme of Socioeconomic Development of the Russian Far East.