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This was stated today by the head of the department, Maxim Reshetnikov, at a meeting with the Governor of the Kirov Region, Alexander Sokolov. “We support the region’s idea of developing an agglomeration. With the support of the Ministry of Economic Development, a comprehensive long-term program will be developed that will ensure its socio-economic development through key competitive advantages,” Maxim Reshetnikov noted during the meeting. It is planned to include the capital of the region and satellite cities in the agglomeration: Kirovo-Chepetsk and Slobodskoy, as well as adjacent municipal areas. The population of this territory is about 650 thousand people, of which the employed population is about 300 thousand. In 2023, the volume of production, work and services of enterprises amounted to 370 billion rubles, the volume of investments – more than 40 billion rubles.

“At the meeting we discussed the development of the Kirov urban agglomeration. This is important for the development of long-term plans for socio-economic development and will make it possible to more effectively use federal support instruments in terms of developing infrastructure and unlocking the potential of our large cities,” Alexander Sokolov said following the meeting. Also at the meeting, Alexander Sokolov spoke about the project to build a bridge across the Cheptsa River, which could become part of a large-scale project to build a road bypass for the city of Kirov and will improve logistics for both residents and entrepreneurs. Maxim Reshetnikov instructed the relevant departments to work together with the region and relevant federal departments on the issue of constructing a bridge as part of a comprehensive feasibility study for the project for the construction of a road bypass in the city of Kirov. Alexander Sokolov invited the minister to take part in ceremonial events dedicated to the celebration of the 650th anniversary of Kirov, which will take place in 2024. Maxim Reshetnikov suggested exploring the issue of holding major business events in the region dedicated to the anniversary.

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