news Ufa and Bashkortostan in english
-5 °C
All news
9 October 2020, 10:32

Bashkortostan Government Prime Minister Andrey Nazarov visited Sibay

On October 8, the Prime Minister of the Government of Bashkortostan Andrey Nazarov had a working trip to the city of Sibay, where he examined the progress of renovation work at educational and cultural facilities, discussed the prospects for the development of the city, and took part in a solemn event dedicated to the Day of the Republic.
Besides, he instructed the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bashkortostan to start a pilot project for training students in work areas at the 6th school.
"We need to revive blue-collar occupations and, of course, teach new ones. Bashkortostan will host the WorldSkills Championship next year, and already now we must define for ourselves strategic ways of developing blue-collar professions and supporting young professionals in order to bring them to the appropriate level," noted Andrey Nazarov.
Then the Prime Minister visited the Sibay Concert and Theater Association. Currently, the cultural institution is reconstructing a building that was damaged in the autumn of 2015 from a fire. The renovation began here in February 2019. The building of the Philharmonic after the fire was rebuilt almost completely, but it will retain its unique architectural appearance. The concert hall was enlarged to 500 seats, and a small hall appeared.
It was ordered to complete all the renovation works of the Philharmonic before the end of the year.
The prime minister of the republic also inspected the building of the Sibay hotel, where a major overhaul is planned with the subsequent placement of the business center of the Trans-Urals "Factory of the Future".
The House of Innovative Entrepreneurship "Factory of the Future" is a multifunctional public space for promising innovative teams, entrepreneurs, and creative youth.
Besides, in Sibay, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Bashkortostan took part in planting large trees as part of the city campaign "Our Bashkortostan: through the past to the future."
Read us at