Analytical Сenter and the Oryol region Government sign the cooperation agreement

5 february 2015

The Analytical Center and the Government of the Oryol region signed an agreement on cooperation in science, research, information and expert analysis areas on February 4. The strategic cooperation under the agreement will be aimed at providing a comprehensive socio-economic development of the region.

Vadim Potomsky, the Governor of the Oryol region reminded that the Oryol region is a region which historically took high positions not only in the agrarian sphere, but also in industrial production. Today the  industry development appears among tasks included into the program of development of the Oryol region up to 2024. The creation of special instrument making clusters in the region that was discussed at a meeting with the president of Russia, is also of a high importance, according to the Governor. "We have to find projects which can be realized in this cluster, and the Analytical Center will help us with it", the Governor noted.

Support from the Analytical Center in development of production in new economic conditions is important for regions. At the same time, in a difficult economic situation the level of requirements imposed to regional projects, applying for financing from the federal budget, considerably increases. Preparation of such projects, according to the Governor, will also become one of directions of cooperation with the Analytical Center. "I am sure that the Oryol region will have a lot of such projects, and they will be successfully realized", the head of the region emphasized.

Konstantin Noskov, the Head of the Analytical Center considers difficulties which the economy of our country meets as a chance for a shift to a new level of development. "I am sure, through joint efforts we will manage to achieve successful development of the Oryol region", said the expert after a ceremony of the agreement signing.

In 2014 cooperation agreements were signed by the Analytical Center and the Volgograd region and the Udmurt Republic.