In his opinion, this will help to attract young Russians to the Far East region, since now the influx of young people there has been greatly reduced. “The romance, which at one time was among the people who came – our grandfathers, grandmothers, fathers, who, in fact, built this wonderful land, it should return to the hearts of our children, the hearts of young people,” he said.
The head of government also named the reason why people do not plan to move to Kamchatka. This, he noted, is associated not only with benefits or money, but depends on the quality of life in the region. “It seems to me that through joint efforts we need to seriously think about what we could do everything for people to come here,” Mishustin summed up.
On August 13, the Russian Prime Minister arrived in the Far East as part of a working trip. He arrived in Anadyr and held a meeting with the Governor of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Roman Kopin. After that he went to Kamchatka. His trip will last until August 18. The plans also include the Magadan and Amur regions.
On August 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin demanded that the interim governor of the Kamchatka Territory, Vladimir Solodov, deal with the price level in the region. The head of state considered the current prices in Kamchatka to be unreasonably high. At the same time, he agreed that the income level of residents of Kamchatka “looks good”, but is leveled by the high cost of many goods and services. “The real incomes are not so big,” Putin said.