UFA, 7 June 2019. /Bashinform News Agency/ translated by Tatiana Aksyutina/.
Bashkortostan representatives signed 14 agreements within the framework of the first day of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, seven of which were investment ones for a total amount of 70 billion rubles. They include among others construction of the largest wholesale logistic center in Russia; a project of the "Realgo" company in the field of rail transportation; the project of the Salavat catalytic plant, which will be one of the anchor residents in the new special economic zone in the city of Ishimbay.
Besides, at once two organizations in the field of solar electric power industry declared their readiness to carry out competitive work in the territory of the republic. These are the Hevel Group of Companies and Solar Systems LLC.
Also, an agreement was signed with the Russian Post on cooperation in the field of improvement and development of federal postal services, which creates a logistics center in the Republic of Bashkortostan worth 1.5 billion rubles.
Bashkiria was one of the first in Russia to sign an agreement with Rosstandart, which aims to implement a system of voluntary certification in the republic.
An agreement on increasing productivity was entered into with the "KAMAZ" production association. As part of the implementation of this agreement, KAMAZ will provide free training and seminars for enterprises in the region.
An agreement on the development of the natural gas market was signed with Gazprom's subsidiary company Gazprom LNG Technologies, which already this year plans to begin construction of a liquefied gas production plant.
Two agreements have been signed with the subjects of the Russian Federation. A specific Action Plan was prepared and signed with the Republic of Tatarstan to implement the agreement, which was a continuation of the agreements reached during the Days of Tatarstan in Bashkortostan in April this year. Moreover, an agreement was signed with the Kemerovo Region - Kuzbass on cooperation in trade, economic, scientific, technical, social, cultural and other areas.