Adygea and Tatarstan agreed on cooperation


Kazan hosted a working meeting between Rais of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov and Head of the Republic of Adygea Murat Kumpilov, who arrived in Tatarstan on a working visit to expand cooperation in the most demanded areas of socio-economic activity and exchange best regional practices,- the press service of the Head of Adygea reports.

Rustam Minnikhanov welcomed Murat Kumpilov and supported the initiatives to build mutually beneficial relations between the two regions. He also spoke briefly about Tatarstan, one of the leading and industrialized regions of the Russian Federation. The basis of the economy is the oil industry, oil refining and petrochemistry. An innovative and production infrastructure is purposefully formed. In addition, the region is fully self-sufficient in the main types of agricultural products, and is actively developing the halal industry.

The head of Adygea focused on the long-standing friendly ties between the inhabitants of Adygea and Tatarstan, the role of the Tatar diaspora in strengthening interethnic harmony in Adygea. During the negotiations, Murat Kumpilov also spoke about the advantages and achievements of Adygea, which are reflected in a number of indicators.

“We still have many tasks ahead of us to strengthen the economic and industrial potential of our republic. And our republic is interested in exchanging best practices, studying your successful experience in industrial development and other areas of activity. We certainly would like to find new points of contact in promising areas for the development of our regions,” Murat Kumpilov said.

The head of Adygea believes that cooperation in the organization of industrial parks can become points of interaction. The experience of Tatarstan is also interesting in creating research and production clusters in energy, chemistry, mechanical engineering and a number of other industries, which include training centers, research institutes, pilot plants and industrial complexes.

To exchange experience, the parties proposed to identify responsible persons, to study mutually beneficial proposals in detail.