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The Tyumen region hopes to make for the shortage of labour resources by inviting Russians from other countries
The Tyumen region hopes to make for the shortage of labour resources by inviting Russians from other countries, a government official said. The government will consider the social and economic development of the Tyumen region on Thursday. Region Governor Vladimir Yakushev will speak on the topic. “Tyumen is one of the main regions that attract resettlers – Russian-speaking families from CIS countries that decide to move to their historical homeland,” the official said. On the whole, the government is pleased with the development of the region. “The region is successfully implementing priority national projects: the regional budget will earmark 16 billion roubles for the projects this year,” the official added. But dilapidated housing remains a problem. Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin will speak after Yakushev. He will talk about the perfection of the administrative tax on added value. The official said VAT revenues in the first six months of 2006 were 3.6 percent of GDP. “The government is not going to replace the VAT with the sales tax at this stage,” the official said, adding, “The VAT can be perfected further.” Kudrin will also present a draft concept for Russia’s assistance to international development and his ideas about Russia’s contribution to the World Bank’s anti-malaria efforts in 2007-2009. First Deputy Defence Minister Alexander Belousov will comment on President Vladimir Putin’s proposals on an agreement with Belarus on the joint protection of the external border of the Russia-Belarus Union in airspace and on the creation of a single regional air defence system of the two countries. Deputy Economic Development and Trade Minister Ivan Materov will speak on changes to the agreement with Kyrgyzstan on the delimitation of the seabed in the northern section of the Caspian Sea. The head of the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, Igor Artemyev, will brief the government on changes to the regulations on his service. Emergencies Minister Sergei Shoigu will speak about the disbursement of additional sums from the government’s fund for emergency response to Ingushetia, the Koryak Autonomous Area, the Emergencies Ministry, and the Federal Agency for State Reserves.
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