Kremlin spokesman says no plans to deploy UN mission to Russian-Ukrainian borderRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 22, 13:04
Putin assesses Zapad-2017 military drillsMilitary & Defense September 22, 13:00
Press review: What Putin said behind closed doors and US changes tone on SyriaPress Review September 22, 13:00
Austria's top diplomat seeks to arrange Putin-Trump summit in ViennaWorld September 22, 12:53
Russian aircraft scrambled 14 times in a week to intercept foreign jets along bordersMilitary & Defense September 22, 12:26
Moscow expects up to one million football fans for 2018 FIFA World CupSport September 22, 12:09
Bolshoi Theater announces Nureyev ballet premiere in early DecemberSociety & Culture September 22, 12:00
Austrian opposition calls for accepting Crimea’s reunification with RussiaWorld September 22, 11:51
Italian bikers collect humanitarian aid for children of DonbassSociety & Culture September 22, 11:21
MURMANSK, April 27. /TASS/. The sum of investments in the Kola backbone zone will total some 500 bln rubles ($8.8 bln), Marina Kovtun, the governor of the Murmansk region, said on Thursday.
"The Kola backbone zone comprises more than 30 interconnected investment projects with a total volume of 500 bln rubles in investments," Kovtun said, addressing local lawmakers.
The Kola Backbone Zone is a pilot project where the areal approach to the Arctic development will be tested under the federal law "On the development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation."
The Kola Backbone Zone envisages the implementation of more than 30 major investment projects. The largest projects are the development of Murmansk seaport, Novatek’s project of the construction center of large-capacity offshore structures and construction of a Rosneft coastal base to support Arctic projects.