The Ryazan region is ready to implement all projects aimed at ensuring Russia’s technological sovereignty. This was stated by the head of the region Pavel Malkov at the plenary session of the Congress of the Russian Union of Industrialists.
The governor of Ryazan said that in the face of sanctions pressure on Russia from the West, the region has targeted increased support for investors with an emphasis on import substitution.
“We are open to dialogue. We are ready to cooperate and implement the most ambitious projects that would meet the modern challenges and needs of the country. The most important of them is to ensure technological sovereignty,” said Pavel Malkov, governor of the Ryazan region.
The Chairman of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Alexander Shokhin, noted that with the arrival of Malkov in the post of head of the Ryazan region, all processes have noticeably intensified in the region.
Recall that currently the investment portfolio of the Ryazan region includes 95 projects worth more than 270 billion rubles.
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