The presentation of Yenisey Siberia regions to foreign diplomats and business community is scheduled for February 2021 in Moscow.
This was announced by Artyom Zakharov, acting leader of the regional office and representative of Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the frame of a news conference held on 7 August in Abakan. “Not only the Yenisey Siberia Comprehensive Investment Project will be presented as the largest post-Soviet Union project of interregional economic integration but also the economic potential of the three regions will get characterised,” Artyom Zakharov explained. According to Zakharov, this big meeting will be attended by heads of foreign diplomatic institutions based in Moscow (120 countries as a minimum), permanent representatives of international organisations, foreign business community representatives and heads of large profile companies.
January 2020, heads of Krasnoyarsk Region and Republics of Khakassia and Tyva filed a proposal to Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to make a presentation of the Yenisey Siberia Comprehensive Investment Project.
Mikhail Krutskikh, Deputy Director General and Head of the Office for the Republic of Khakassia, is convinced that the new contacts made at such a large scale international event will not only attract investments into the regions but also help the Yenisey Siberia products to enter the international markets. “We are ready to closer cooperation with foreign countries, and we have a significant amount of turn-key investment proposals with detailed business plans at hand,” Mikhail Krutskikh said.
As of now, the Yenisey Siberia Comprehensive Investment Project comprises 32 investment projects with a total declared investment value over 1.9 billion roubles for the period from 2019 to 2027. In addition to that, Yenisey Siberia Development Corporation is tracking the progress of several investment proposals and ideas of Krasnoyarsk Region, Republics of Khakassia and Tyva that may be of interest for international businesses and attract foreign investments into the Yenisey Siberia regions.
Source: Press Centres of the head of the Republic of Khakassia and the Government of the Republic of Khakassia