The Russian Far East has found a new capital


On November 27, 2019, a “historical” event took place in Vladivostok. It turned out that despite the official status of Vladivostok as the capital of the Far Eastern Federal District (FEFD), for a long time the center of Primorsky Krai itself was listed only in the charter of Primorsky Krai. That is, it was not even legislated at the regional level.


This discrepancy was supposed to eliminate the regional law. And now, it became known that the regional parliament (Legislative Assembly) unanimously adopted in three readings a draft law “On the status of the administrative center of the Primorsky Territory”. The adopted law will enter into force on January 1, 2020. How they lived without it for three decades is unclear.

It has already been reported from the regional administration that assigning Vladivostok the official status of an administrative center will allow it to send additional funds necessary for the city to become consistent with the level of both the capital of the region and the capital of the entire district. It is clarified that local residents will now become much more comfortable living and working in the city, and tourists will receive positive emotions from visiting it.

For us, for the residents of Primorye, this makes it possible to see career prospects for young people, new jobs. This is an opportunity today, here and now, to resolve issues at the federal level. Of course, the status of the administrative center of the federal district is the additional cash that will come to Vladivostok

- the press service reports the words of the Governor of Primorye Oleg Kozhemyako.

We remind you that in December 2018 we will detail informed readers that Russian leader Vladimir Putin approved the transfer of the capital (FEFD) from Khabarovsk to Vladivostok. So, not a year passed before officials and lawmakers began to stir.
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  1. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 27 November 2019 19: 53
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    Similar laws speak of imitation of labor by the authorities of the Russian Federation ... The necessary laws should be adopted, and not crushed water in a mortar ..
  2. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 27 November 2019 20: 24
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    Now let's see how this will affect the welfare and well-being of citizens of the new capital.

    Every nation has its own capital,
    but neglecting others is not good.
    The capital is not a goddess, you should not pray for it,
    but this is our truth, from there our grace,
    the popular capital of the enemy does not give ....
  3. bonifacius Offline
    bonifacius (Alex) 28 November 2019 02: 07
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    Everything else in Primorye is already there! That's just the capital and not enough. Now complete happiness will come. At least, the entire bureaucratic fraternity will have to establish a salary with metropolitan ratios.
  4. fevralsk.morev.75 (Sergey Morev) 28 November 2019 02: 16
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    Wow. Hysterical event! For 30 long years the inhabitants of Primorye waited for Vladivostok to become the capital of the Far East. Now they’ll heal, jobs, career growth and other crap. The whole country saw the third round of voting. How unprincipled, rude, and as usual they turned Dyshlo where necessary. There’s nothing to brag about, that’s it poured from empty to empty.
  5. Arkharov Offline
    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 28 November 2019 09: 23
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    Well, maybe this is necessary from some bureaucratic point of view, but how can you manage to present this ordinary news as an unusually spiritually elevating fact? Is there really nothing more to rejoice and be proud of? Probably need to write about some real things?
  6. Vladycat Offline
    Vladycat (Konstantin) 28 November 2019 11: 58
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    As a resident of Vladivostok, this makes me neither cold nor hot.