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MOSCOW, September 15. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will chair the session in Kerch of the presidium of the State Council on issues of developing the transport system in the country’s south, the Kremlin press service said on Thursday.
The Russian president visited the Crimean Peninsula last time on August 19. He took part in the Tavrida forum then.
The Kremlin press service said that Thursday’s session will focus on measures aimed at comprehensive development of the transport infrastructure of the Southern Federal District.
"The main topics will be forming parts of international transport corridors in Russia’s south to ensure export-import transportation and international transit, as well as implementing large investment projects on the territory of the Southern Federal District on reconstruction and construction of facilities of port, road, railroad and airport infrastructure envisaged by the Russian Transport Strategy until 2030," the Kremlin added.
Among participants in the session will be Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, members of the State Council’s presidium which is formed from governors on a rotational basis, and other officials.