AP CM ropes in two provinces

AP CM ropes in two provinces
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Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on his fourth day tour in Russia roped in two provinces to invest in the State. He even held separate consultations with the Governors of the two provinces and invited them to be partners in the development.

Vijayawada: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on his fourth day tour in Russia roped in two provinces to invest in the State. He even held separate consultations with the Governors of the two provinces and invited them to be partners in the development.

Chandrababu Naidu met the Governor of Chelyabinsk province, Boris Dubrovskiy and held talks with him regarding investment in the State. While accepting the invitation, Governor Boris agreed for constitution of a 10-member working group to study the possibilities of Chelyabinsk and Andhra Pradesh working together.

The panel would identify the common areas for investment and exchange of technology between the two States. Chandrababu Naidu also promised to extend IT assistance to Chelyabinsk as part of the understanding.

Later, the Chief Minister met the Head of the Science and Industries Department of the Moscow Municipal Corporation, Oleg Bocharov and sought the support of the civic body in developing Amaravati as a world class city. Bocharov assured the Chief Minister of investments in several global cities across the world and their visit to Amaravati, shortly.

Naidu also met the Governor of Sverdlovsk, Evgeny Kuivashev and held discussions on sharing technology and exchange of expertise. Kuivashev congratulated the Chief Minister for his vision in developing the State. He further said that he was aware of the startup initiatives in Andhra Pradesh and would explore every opportunity to invest in the State.

The Chief Minister informed the Governor that the State had decided to open a special industrial cluster for the Russian investments. He wanted the Governor to make use of the opportunity. Naidu later met the representatives of the Gaz Prom bank, NLMK Iron Plant and others seeking investments.

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