UGRA-NEWS: Ugra and Eurasian Countries will strengthen Business Ties

11/06/2021 20:00

The Government of the Autonomous Okrug will conclude a cooperation agreement with the International Union of Non-governmental Organizations "Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly". This decision was made during today's meeting of the Ugra authorities.

"The agreement will be signed on June 15 as part of the twelfth International IT Forum with the participation of the BRICS and SCO countries. And a meeting of the Governor with a delegation of the Russian-Uzbek Business Council is already scheduled on June 17," - said Natalia Komarova, the Governor of Ugra.

The agreement provides for cooperation to develop the trade and economic potential of the region and the countries of Eurasia, as well as strengthen business and public relations, develop communication platforms of international level in order to establish humanitarian and business cooperation, support industrial, technological, scientific, technical, investment and other interaction of organizations and companies from the countries of Eurasia.

In addition, Ugra will sign two cooperation agreements with the Analytical Centre under the Government of the Russian Federation. One of them concerns the development of the transport infrastructure of the region. The second is the development of a methodology for reducing the carbon footprint in the oil and gas and energy sector in the region.

Another cooperation agreement the Government of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug will sign with the “Mobile TeleSystems” company.

"It will be aimed at developing a mobile radiotelephone communication system, which is extremely popular by modern standards, and at developing the availability of financial services for the population of the region. Also the agreement provides for the implementation of socially significant MTS PJSC pilot projects: a smart kindergarten, a smart school with the introduction of digital technologies, innovations that are aimed at ensuring the safety and automation of the educational process," - Natalia Komarova said.

Alexey Neiman