The Head of Ingushetia asked the President to support the implementation of a water supply project and the construction of a stadium in the region.
Yunus-Bek Yevkurov updated the President on the implementation of the Sad-Gigant Ingushetia project to create Europe’s largest fruit orchard on an area of 1,100 hectares, an agricultural storage facility with a capacity of 64,000 tonnes, as well as a nursery for seedlings. The construction of a juice plant and a baby food plant will begin in September, and in the future, a pectin manufacturing plant is to be built jointly with Italian partners. The pectin plant will meet 40 percent of Russia’s pectin needs.
The Head of Ingushetia said they are also working with India on a project to build an ophthalmic preparations plant. Construction may begin in the autumn.