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Agricultural And Industrial Modernization In The Crimea
April 22, 2014 17:23


Federal authorities will ensure the modernization of agricultural and industrial complex in the Crimea and Sevastopol.

In the course of the Congress of Deputies of Rural Settlements in Russia the Head of the Cabinet stressed that the existing problems in these regions “will be solved in a timely manner”; besides, such promising industries as viticulture will be developed.

“The priorities of the next months will be the planning of development of agricultural potential of the Crimean peninsula” - Medvedev said. “We usually criticize ourselves - this is not enough, that is not enough, the machinery is out of date, but when you get into the conditions existing now in the Crimea, you realize how far the development of agricultural and industrial complex in our country has advanced in recent years, I even feel proud of it” – the Head of the Cabinet confessed. According to him, “that's why we have to help our new territories, our friends who have returned to our country”. “We need to update the agricultural and industrial complex in the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol” - the Prime Minister set out the goal.

However, he assured that “the current issues of spring field works, provision with fuel and lubricants and agricultural machinery for the Crimea will be solved in a timely manner”. Medvedev added that Russia “has already found combine harvesters to be sent to the Crimea”. “We will solve other problems, there are promising industries in the Crimea, such as viticulture, we will develop all these industries” – the Prime Minister promised.

He also touched upon the problems of agriculture in another Federal District - the Far East. “The Far East has special difficult climatic conditions for agriculture, but it does not mean that there should be no agriculture in that place. On the contrary, we must do everything to help the Far East develop agricultural business” - Medvedev said. He admitted that last year’s flood “made its allowances to the plans of the sowing campaign”. “The situation is under control. Nobody will be left alone with their own problems, I will take care for this; and all relevant departments will follow this after my instruction” - the Head of Government promised.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: the Crimea     

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