Ilshat Tajitdinov: “Trans-Ural needs new investment projects”
“The main showings of economic and social development demonstrate constant dynamics” – the deputy Prime-Minister of the Government RB Ilshat Tajitdinov characterized the current situation in trans-Ural zone so at the last gathering of the Government’s Presidium in the town of Baimak – “The average monthly salary slightly increased but still failed to reach the average all-Republican level. Unemployment slightly dropped thanks to development of small business”.
The deputy Prime-Minister is sure that several big investment projects are necessary for stable development of the trans-Ural zone. The work in this direction is already running. In particular, a meat-processing factory is erected in Baimak. Its output capacity will make up 7 tons of meat products daily. Besides, the Ministry of industry and innovational policy RB works over organization of primary processing of leather in the town of Sibay and this project should be included into the sub-program for development of light industry in Bashkortostan.
One more promising direction is opening of an agricultural holding by the company “SITNO” on the base of the grain elevator in Sibay. At least 600 million rubles will be invested in reconstruction of the elevator and modernization of the mill equipment. Jointly with the Ministry of agriculture RB the grain elevator takes active part in formation of the grain intervention fund in the Republic and considered one of the best elevators in Bashkiria.
The Vice-Premier also told about construction of the agricultural objects – the center for processing of rape and the milk cattle farms in the trans-Ural zone. The Republican budget has already allocated 71 million rubles for construction of the first turns of these objects. Thanks to the program for development of trans-Ural zone the reconstructed milk plant will be opened soon in Zianchurinsky region. In several days a meat-processing workshop will be laid in Burziansky region. Other projects in sphere of meat cattle-breeding and horse-breeding are developed too.
The deputy Prime-Minister is sure that in the future it is necessary to stimulate production of horse meat in the region. Moreover, the new meat-processing plant in Baimak intends to produce up to 17 horse-meat foods. Ilshat Tajitdinov offered to stimulate industrial production of traditional Bashkir delicacies