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MOSCOW, August 20, 0:44 /ITAR-TASS/. Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday will hold a conference on a comprehensive development of new territories of Moscow, the government press service reports.
The following persons will also participate in the conference: Vice-Premier Arkady Dvorokovich, Mikhail Men, Minister of Construction and Housing and Utilities Sector, Veronika Skvortsova, Minister of Health, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin, and the chiefs of state corporations.
The conference will take place in the grounds of the office park "ComCity" in the so-called New Moscow in Rumyantsevo Village of the capital's South-Western District. The complex is located 1.8 km from the Moscow circular motor road along Kievsky Highway, 350 metres away from a Rumyantsevo metro stations which is to open at the end of 2014.
The office park is made in a "city inside a city" format and combines office premises with an aggregate area of 430,000 square metres and a 45-hectare well-appointed territory with infrastructure.
The territory of the compound comprises 12 low-rise buildings with an area totaling 430,000 sq, m., underground and above-ground parking lots, and an improved green space with recreation zones, as well as a shopping gallery. Buses ply within the park's area.