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KURILSK (Sakhalin Region) September 24 /ITAR-TASS/. President Vladimir Putin has ordered the government to work out an issue of subsidizing railroad transportation of fish from the country’s Far East to its European part, presidential administration head Sergey Ivanov said Wednesday.
“A couple of weeks ago, the president ordered the government to develop a mechanism to subsidize railroad transportation of fish products from the Far East to the European part (of Russia),” Ivanov said.
He said that a similar mechanism is applied to aviation transportation to Crimea and delivery of car maker Sollers’ products manufactured in the country’s Far East.