Monthly Archives: Декабрь 2017

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The previous day in Moscow, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin held the session of the State Council on the subject “Investment appeal of regions is the basis for the economic development of the Russian Federation”. The key-note report was given by the working group leader of the State Council, the Governour of the Novgorod Region Andrey Nikitin. Vladimir Yakushev, the Head of the Tyumen Region took part in the session of the State Council.


The participants of the session have discussed some specific proposals in the field of investment climate improvement; results of target model integration of simplification of procedures of business operations.

The Head of the State has outlined the investment attraction to various subjects of the Russian Federation and said: “The group of leading regions has been created which set high standards in the investment field. I tell again, I have given the names of those ones who has taken successful steps, but generally speaking, of course, there are more of them. These are Tatarstan and Chuvashia, for example, the Tula region, the Kaluga region, the Tyumen region, the Ulyanovsk region, the Krasnodar Krai”.

The experience of the Tula region in the improvement of the investment climate improvement has been frequently and regularly used by building target models of the improvement of the investment climate. The working group leader of the State Council, the Governour of the Novgorod region, Andrei Nikitin has particularly noted the necessity of sound backing of rights of property for specific land plots. “Without it we shall not be able to attract investments, develop our population centres”, stressed he.

Nikitin has proposed, in the first place, to update land-use planning documents based on the unified technique and normative framework and, in the second place, to digitalize the services of the town-planning activities and place them on relevant regional information systems.

Consequently, the whole information will be accessible to the general public, entrepreneurs, investors. We think that decision on integration of such digital documents in the field of land-use planning and town-planning activities should be taken at the regional level and at the same time implemented as a single project within the framework of the “Digital economy” program. There are the best practices here, too. These are, definitely, the practices of the Moscow region and the Tyumen region”, said he.

We shall additionally say that, in the investment volume per head for January – September 2017 the index of the Tymen region is 2 times as much high as the average Russian index (130.9 thous. roubles and 66 thous. roubles, consequently) and takes the 9 place among the subjects of the Russian Federation (in the absolute investment volume it takes the 11 place).

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Industrial production index in the Tyumen region according to the results of 11 months of 2017 is 102.5% as related to the corresponding period of the previous year by the level of January – October of the current year. According to the Tyumen Statistics Agency the growth is mostly due to manufacturing activities where this index has turned 106.2%. Mining operation index has kept reducing and made up 89.5%.


The highest growth rates have been seen in the production of medicine remedies and materials used for medical objects, — 129.6%; computer production, electronic and optical products — 140.7%; metallurgical production — 124.1%; wood processing industry and wood and cork products manufacturing excepting furniture — 117.3%; chemical materials and products industry — 112.2% etc.

In the electrical energy, gas and vapour industry the production index has reached 116.0% in water supply, water disposal, waste collection and recovery, pollution removal activity — 108.4%.

At the extended meeting of the regional government where the outgoing year has been summarized, the Governor of the Tyumen region said that as of the main social and economic factors the year 2017 has been not bad but at the same time the region has got new challenges and important tasks.

“The main factors and objects are economic growth, enlargement of contemporary jobs and hence people’s earnings. No development is possible without it including the social field. We must build a new investment portfolio which will maintain the high base created through implementation of large-scaled investment projects, such as Antipinsky oil refinery plant, SIBUR oil and gas drilling site. This is the main challenge we must cope with to keep our economic growth. This task stimulates us to do methodical and effective work” — stressed the Governour Vladimir Yakushev.

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Execution of the instruction of the President of Russia concerning development of comprehensive schemes for organizing traffic and programs to form law-abiding behavior of road users by the local authorities was considered at a meeting of the Government of Ugra. The meeting was chaired by First Deputy Governor Gennady Bukhtin.


“As of November 30 this year, they are developed in Khanty-Mansiysk, Nizhnevartovsk, Pokachi and the city of Sovetsky. Preparatory work was carried out in Langepas, Megion, Nyagan, Surgut, Uray, urban settlements Beloyarsky and Poikovsky. Other 13 municipalities will complete the preparatory work before February 15, 2018, ” the First Deputy Governor said.

Director of the Department of Road Management and Transport of Ugra Valery Fomagin stressed that development of integrated schemes for organizing traffic is one of the documents that is an integral part of implementation of urban development policy.

“This is a complex of events: where and what sections of highways need to be reconstructed, where to make an expansion, where, on the contrary, to narrow down, how to redirect traffic flows, where to organize pedestrian crossings, how to set up traffic lights and so on. These schemes could improve quality of traffic for both drivers and pedestrians,” the Head of the profile department said.

Public opinion on this issue was expressed by a member of the public council at the Department of Road Management and Transport of Ugra, Deputy Chairman of the Youth Parliament at the Duma of the Autonomous Okrug Alexei Malayev. He noted that the measures taken by the Department are sufficient to date and allow to quickly monitor the progress of the execution of the instruction.

“I think that each of us living in big cities faced a situation where it is impossible to pass or drive along the road. The need to develop schemes is precisely aimed at avoiding such problems in the future, when developing the city,” he said.

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The grand opening of the dairy-product complex of the Damate Group for 4,600 dairy herds took place on Thursday, December 7, in the village of Ust-Lamenka, in the Golyshmanovsky District.

Vladimir Yakushev, the Governor of the Tyumen region, Kharon Amerkhanov, the Director of the Department of Livestock of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, Naum Babaev, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Damate Group, partners and employees of the company group took part in this important event for the region and the country.

“It is one of the largest and most modern complexes in Russia. All technologies available today in animal husbandry are used on this site. The amount of milk that will be produced here is very impressive. It is important that such projects are implemented. It is what we need to strive for, the gold standard in the industry at the moment. The introduction of such a complex on the Tyumen land is the solution of the strategic tasks that Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, the President of Russia, sets to us: the issues of food security, the provision of native, high-quality and healthy products. This dairy complex corresponds to all these directions,” said Vladimir Yakushev. He noted that the project was challenging in its implementation, from the land parceling to the opening ceremony, a large number of people from different sectors took part in this project. And the idea of construction was conceived thanks to the National Union of Milk Producers and its chairman Andrei Danilenko. The head of the region thanked everyone who participated in the implementation of this large-scale project: the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the investor of the Damate Group, the partner of the project company Danone.

“More than 250 new jobs for people who live on this land were created here – it is the most important social effect and the main one in the implementation of such projects,” emphasized and wished the staff success the Governor.

Kharon Amerkhanov, the Director of the Department of Livestock and Breeding of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, at the opening of the complex, noted that such a large-scale project in the field of dairy cattle breeding was implemented in Western Siberia for the first time.

“This complex has become 2,222, which has been opened in Russia since 2008. It is one of the best and biggest in our country. This event is important not only for the Tyumen region, but for the whole Russia and our livestock industry,” emphasized Kharon Amerkhanov.

Naum Babaev, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Damate Group at the opening ceremony thanked the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the regional government and all partners for their support. He noted that among the contractors involved in the construction of the complex, 80% are from Tyumen.

“Today, we are setting new goals for ourselves – to achieve record figures for milk yield in Russia,” said Naum Babaev.

Construction of the dairy-product complex began in late 2015. Earlier, an agreement was signed between the Damate Group and the government of the Tyumen region on the implementation of this investment project at the amount of 5.6 billion rubles. It is financed by own funds of the Damate Group, funds of the Russian Agriculture Bank JSC and investments of the Danone company. According to the signed agreement between the Damate Group and the Danone company, all milk received at the complex is sent to the Danone enterprise. According to Naum Babaev, this agreement is a unique experience that can become the starting point for a new leap forward in the development of the dairy industry in Russia.

The structure of the dairy-product complex of the Damate Group in the village of Ust-Lamenka in the Golyshmanovsky District includes five large dairy byres for the reproductive herd, the byre with a maternity department, buildings for the bred heifers, sites for the calves and other necessary premises for the farm. The complex has the necessary infrastructure, including a feed storage area. The Damate Group is actively occupied in crop production in the region since 2014. There are about 12 thousand hectares of land under the control of the Damate Group. The food reserve calculated for a minimum of 18 months has already been created at the complex.

The importation of Holstein-Friesian animals from Germany, Denmark and Holland was started in December 2016. They were delivered to the complex in regular batches according to a pre-established schedule. The stocking was completed in September this year. Now here are 5,350 animal units. The first milk was received on a new farm in March this year, and from May, it is supplied to the Yalutorovskiy dairy plant belonging to the Danone company.

After reaching full capacity, the complex will produce 120 tons per day or 42 thousand tons of milk per year and milk yield per cow will be more than 9 thousand liters per year.

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Measures to accelerate introduction of the system of electronic veterinary certification were considered at a meeting of the Okrug Government, chaired by the Governor of Ugra Natalia Komarova.


In accordance with federal legislation, registration of veterinary accompanying documents for goods subject to veterinary control will be made only in electronic form since January 1, 2018. To achieve this goal, the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control (Rosselkhoznadzor) has developed a federal state information system Merkuriy, which is intended for electronic certification of goods supervised by the state supervision of goods, tracking the way of their movement across the territory of the Russian Federation. Since January 1, 2018, veterinary accompanying documents are also required when transporting and selling all dairy products, including ice cream.

During the Government meeting it was noted that a road map for implementation of electronic veterinary certification system has been implemented in Ugra since May 26 of this year.

“Subordinate institutions are ready for the transition electronic documentation since January 1, 2018. Specialists are trained to work in the “Merkuriy” system, 26 veterinary specialists passed additional training. Business entities are provided with templates of applications for registration and receipt of requisites for access to the federal state information system “Merkuriy”by 66.6% . 100% of the work will be completed in December,” the Head of the Veterinary Service of the Autonomous Okrug Viktor Trofimov said.

A member of the Public Council of the Veterinary Service of Ugra, Director of the veterinary laboratory Marina Tkachenko gave an expert assessment of the work: “Members of the Public Council have noted positive course of execution of the instructions of the President of the Russian Federation, relevance and significance of the work carried out.”

It should be noted that from January 1, 2018, the absence of veterinary accompanying documents for products will entail administrative responsibility under Art. 10.8 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation with the imposition of a fine, the maximum amount of which could reach 500 thousand rubles.