PENZA, 26 Feb – RIA Novosti. The Penza Region and the Russian-Chinese agro-industrial group RusGrain have adopted a roadmap for the implementation of the Penza-Harbin project for the current year, which provides for the construction of two transport and infrastructure complexes in the region to develop cooperation with China, the press service of the regional government said. …
The document was signed by Governor Ivan Belozertsev and First Deputy General Director of RusGrain Mikhail Petrov in Penza on Friday.
“As part of the further development of cooperation between the Penza region and China, it is planned to build two transport and infrastructure complexes on the territory of the Sura Territory (Penza Region): in the area of the Lunino and Penza-2 railway stations. The roadmap signed today confirms the interest in developing cooperation with It reflects the main stages of organizing the construction of logistics facilities on the territory of the Penza region, “the message says.
It is specified that the Penza-Harbin project is being implemented by the government of the Penza region, the People's Government of the Chinese province of Heilongjiang and the RusGrain group.
“The signing of the schedule can rightfully be called the start of a project of international importance. The Penza region is now gaining momentum to increase exports. This task was set by the President of the Russian Federation … The need for joint activities is great – the agriculture of the Penza region is developing at a good pace. We plan to further increase the volume of production The products need to be sold, including for export, “the press service quotes Belozertsev as saying. Penza region
The Governor noted the role of RusGrain in the development of foreign economic relations of the region. “Your company supplies products made on the Penza land to the People's Republic of China, Tajikistan, Lithuania, while the company is one of the few in the Russian Federation that supplies agricultural products from warehouse to warehouse,” said the head of the region.
The Russian-Chinese agro-industrial group RusGrain was created in early 2019 on the basis of the assets of several agricultural enterprises located in the Penza and Saratov regions and Bashkiria. The core of the group's production unit is LLC “Maslozavod Penzensky”. The company uses its warehouses in the Penza region and rented in China to supply its agricultural products to China.