Ildar Khalikov: Due to such regions as Buinsky Tatarstan is one of leading agricultural regions in Russia

18 August 2014, Monday

On August 18, Tatarstan Prime Minister Ildar Khalikov met with activists of Buinsky region. Chairman of the Committee for legality, law and order of Tatarstan State Council Shakir Yagudin, Head of Legal Department of Tatarstan Cabinet of Ministers Rashid Gafiyatullin took part in the meeting.

Opening the session, Head of Buinsky region Azat Aizetullov told about social and economic situation in the region, results achieved in agricultural sector, and programmes being implemented.

“At this stage we should maintain stability that was reached due to efforts of the first Tatarstan President Mintimer Shaimiev and sitting President Rustam Minnikhanov,” Ildar Khalikov said.

Speaking about the situation in Tatarstan, Ildar Khalikov said that oil-gas and chemical industry is the priority economic sector. The Prime Minister continued that many major projects have been implemented within the last few years, such as TANECO.

A lot of investment projects are being realized as well, Special Economic Zone “Alabuga” is developing. The plant for producing composite components opened in Kazan. The project “Kama Crystal Technology” is being implemented in Naberezhnye Chelny.

Ildar Khalikov noted that Buinsky region is the leader in many spheres.

“Due to such regions as Buinsky, Tatarstan is one of the leading agricultural regions in Russia. More milk than in other regions is produced in the republic, Tatarstan takes second place by potato and meat production. It is possible due to hard work of Tatarstan agricultural workers and technologies implemented by investors,” Ildar Khalikov said.

The Prime Minister added that lots of social projects are realized in the republic, such as construction of medical and obstetrical stations, multi-purpose centres, rental housing for district police officers, and major repair of schools.

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