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MOSCOW, December 26. /ITAR-TASS/. The Russian government has adjusted the state program “Economic development and innovative economy” by including in it the project for the creation of the innovation centre Innopolis in Tatarstan. The corresponding resolution has been signed by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and posted on the Cabinet website.
In June, the Russian government supported the proposal of the president of the Tatarstan Republic on the establishment of the territorially separate innovation centre Innopolis in the settlement of Innopolis of the Verkhneuslonsky district of Tatarstan. “The new version of the state program “Economic development and innovative economy” provides for the establishment of a university complex (including the academic and laboratory building, the residential compound and sports complex), which should become the core of the territorially separate innovation centre Innopolis,” the document says.
World-class professionals in the sphere of information technology and related research and teaching staff will be trained in the university complex. It will also conduct advanced research and implement innovative projects in the field of information technologies. The Russian government had allocated more than 4.7 billion rubles for the Innopolis establishment project (2013-2015).
In addition, the state program of innovative economy included the federal target program (FTP) “Development of the unified state system of registration of title to real property and its cadastral registration (2014-2019),” approved by the Cabinet in October, and the text of the sub-program “Creating the enabling environment for the development of the real estate market” has been corrected.
The specified FTP is aimed at the unification of the Uniform State Register of Real Property Rights and Transactions and the State Immovable Property Cadastre into a single information resource, ensuring the provision of services according to the one stop principle, improving the quality of information resource data for investment attractiveness and improving efficiency of real estate taxation.