On the 10th of July the CM will be leaving for Russia from Kazakhstan with his team. CM Chandrababu Naidu and his team would also Participate in ‘INNOPROM 2016’, an international industrial exhibition, to be held in Russia from July 11 to promote investments in the state. Chandrababu Naidu has sought the help of Russia in the construction of Amaravati, the new capital of his state. Naidu had earlier expressed interest in getting help from countries including China, Japan, Singapore, Turkey and Kazakhstan in building Amaravati.
India is a partner country for INNOPROM 2016 and Naidus counterparts Devendra Fadnavisfrom Maharashtra and Vasundhara Raje from Rajasthan are also attending the four-day event.
Representatives from about 75 countries are participating in the INNOPROM event. Andhra Pradesh has a special pavilion in INNOPROM 2016.
Stating that his government has set a yearly growth target of 15 for next 15 years for his state, Naidu invited Russian investment in sectors including defence, aerospace, civil nuclear energy, information technology and pharma, according to an official statement.
AP chief minister Chandrababu Naidu was assured world class technology in development of Amaravati by Moscow corporation head of science and industrial policy Oleg Bocharov on Tuesday.
Russia offers tech help to Amaravati
On his fourth day of Russia tour, Naidu interacted with governor of Chelyabinsk Boris and proposed cooperation between AP and Chelyabinsk province. The two states decided to form a five-member working group each towards this. “Before your visit to Vijayawada in March 2017, several projects with respect to Amaravati and rest of Andhra Pradesh should be finalised,” he suggested.
Later, Naidu met the vice-president of Gazprombank Yantsenter and explained to him the efforts by Andhra Pradesh to set up heavy industries in the state. The bank came forward to extend financial assistance for investments in New AP Capital of Amaravati.
CM Chandrababu Naidu also met Sverdlovsk’s governor Evgeny Kuivashev, who said that they are ready to develop ventures in AP under public and private partnership. When Naidu briefed him about the opportunities in AP, the governor said that a team would visit AP by the end of this year to study the e-governance system.