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  • 2019 July 26 11:27

    Rosatom prepared and approved draft plan for development of NSR infrastructure till 2035 (document)

    Rosatom prepared and approved draft plan for the development of the NSR infrastructure till 2035, Rosatom told IAA PortNews.

    The plan can be adjusted after approval of the strategy for the development of Russia’s Arctic Zone up to 2035 which should be drafted by 1 December 2019 in pursuance of the presidential order.

    The plan has been approved by the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation as all remarks and proposals had been taken into consideration (those from the Ministry of Trade, the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Communications, the Ministry of Nature, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Roszheldor, Roscosmos and Governments of Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Arkhangelsk Region, Yamal-Nenets and Chukotka Autonomous Regions, Nenets Autonomous Region Administration. No remarks or proposals had been received from the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic.

    The plan has been submitted to the Government of the Russian Federation in the form of a letter dated 28.06.2019  (No 1/1-29605) within the established deadlines. 

    The document underwent public discussions. For example, on 16 May 2019, expert discussion was held with participation of the leading representatives of the scientific community, federal authorities and the media. The remarks and proposals were thoroughly studied and taken into account.

    The plan foresees the development of the Northern Sea Route divided into three phases.

    The first phase, 2019-2024, is focused on achievement of the target specified by the presidential order dated 7.05.2018 (No204).

    The second phase, 2025-2030, is to ensure year-round shipping within the entire water area of the Northern Sea Route based on production of raw materials guaranteed by the previous phase and taking into consideration of stable flow of LNG (at least 20 million tonnes) to the markets of the Asia-Pacific Region across the eastern borders of NSR.

    The third phase, 2031-2035, is supposed to create a competitive international and national transport corridor based on the Northern Sea Route.

    Rosatom developed the plan for the development of the NSR infrastructure in pursuance of the Federal Law defining the corporation as the infrastructure operator of the Northern Sea Route.

    When speaking at the meeting of the State Committee for Arctic Development held on 25 July 2019 in Moscow, Yury Trutnev, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, emphasized that apart from the issues of icebreakers construction and operation, the plan should pay more attention to the NSR infrastructure development.

    The document in Russian is available here >>>>

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