Expert Bakhtizin: The Russian economy needs powerful mega-projects that can unite the country
MOSCOW, January 1 – RIA Novosti. Russia needs RIA Novosti for long-term mega projects such as the Baikal-Amur Main Line, Magnitogorsk, Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Plant that will not only make an impact in the world, but will also unite the country. Central Institute of Economics and Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
“When the USSR was the first country to launch the Earth’s artificial satellite, the first to send humans into space, many people wanted to be friends with us. These were events that shocked the whole world.”
“And now Russia needs long-term mega projects such as the Baikal-Amur Main Line, Magnitogorsk, Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Plant that will not only make a sound in the world, but also unite the country,” said the expert.
For example, the rector of Moscow State University is sure that it is necessary to return to the idea of implementing the Trans-Eurasian belt, which will pass through the whole world, voiced by Academician Viktor Sadovnichy a few years ago. Russia.
“New settlements would be established around the route, new industries would emerge that could give a strong impetus to the development of the country as a whole,” Bakhtizin said.
“Such mega projects not only improve the country’s economic performance, but also affect people’s mood, supposedly raising the index of happiness, by the way, now that the Russians are noticeably behind most states today,” he said. .
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