November 25, 2015
The Chelyabinsk Region was the focus of a new economic application to Vesti v subbotu news program broadcast by Rossiya 24. The Governor Boris Dubrovskiy told about peculiarities of the South Ural Region to anchorman Sergey Brilyov.
Vesti-Federatsiya is an economic application to Vesti v subbotu news program. Each show is devoted to a specific Russian region. And it's hard to get there: regions offering unique anti-crisis solutions will only be on the air, especially those, according to Rossiya 24's web-site, fulfilling their import substitution commitments.
«Chelyabinsk third-generation metallurgists. The Governor of the Region Boris Dubrovskiy shares his dream. Let's explore the trajectory of Chelyabinsk meteorite, Ural gems, ores and Chelyabinsk camels. How did Chelyabinsk Pipe-Rolling Plant implement the import substitution policy 50 years ago?», said Sergey Brilyov in the preview clip for the show devoted to the Chelyabinsk Region.
During the show, Boris Dubrovskiy gave Moscow journalists an insight into main peculiarities of the Chelyabinsk Region and its industry, showed them around the Elevation 239 workshop at Chelyabinsk Pipe-Rolling Plant and, finally, brought his guests to the local lore museum accommodating an exceptional item of the regional contemporary history — a meteorite.
Dubrovskiy and Brilyov primarily talked about the import substitution issues and way outs which the Chelyabinsk Region may offer. The anchorman encouraged the Governor to share his dreams about further development in this direction. «I like the idea of manufacturing energy storage devices. It seems like the right time and place to go in for it. Energy conservation and accumulation — this is where the whole world moves to. For our part, we can offer technologies of South Ural State University, Rosatom's facilities and accumulator manufacturer,» said Boris Dubrovskiy.
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