Irina Kiviko: 15 new investment projects worth RUB 12.8 billion were concluded in Crimea in 2022
The Ministry of Economic Development of the Republic of Crimea is doing a lot of work to ensure optimal conditions for the successful implementation of investment projects, since the beginning of the year 15 investment projects have been concluded with declared investment in the amount of RUB 12.8 billion, which are accompanied by the Crimea Development Corporation. This was announced by Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea – Minister of Finance of the Republic of Crimea Irina Kiviko.
"We note the increased interest of investors in Crimea. Since the beginning of this year, 15 new investment agreements have been signed with a total investment volume of RUB 12.8 billion for projects, within the framework of which over 600 new jobs will be created," Irina Kiviko said.
According to her, within the framework of the current Procedure, 234 investment projects are being implemented on the territory of the Republic of Crimea, with a planned investment volume of RUB 122 billion. The total volume of investment is RUB 226 billion, of which RUB 104 billion have already been invested, 7.1 thousand jobs have been created.
The Deputy Prime Minister noted that in 2022 the Republic of Crimea is included in the list of 45 regions that need to implement a Regional Investment Standard. As part of this work, a new Investment Declaration was adopted, the work of the regional development agency was adjusted, the role of which in the republic is JSC "Crimea Development Corporation", the Investment Committee of the Republic of Crimea was created.
The process of modernization of the investment map of Crimea has been launched, as well as work has begun on the creation of a Set of investment rules of the Republic of Crimea.
In addition, the investment team of Crimea, along with teams from 45 regions of the Russian Federation, took part in the educational program "Managerial skills: development of regional teams", where they presented the best practice of implementing an element of the Standard for the creation of a Development Agency.
According to the results of the training, the Republic of Crimea took 9th place among 45 regions implementing a Regional investment Standard.