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IndustriALL Global Union’s European Regional Conference


Aleksandr Korchagin, the ROGWU President took part in IndustriALL Global Union’s European Regional Conference on 15 May 2019 in Brussels, Belgium.

In his speech, Aleksandr Korchagin, informed colleagues that on May 20, 2019, the 10th Congress of FNPR will start its work in Moscow. During the Congress the FNPR work over the past 5 years will be discussed, FNPR leaders will be elected, new action plan for the next 5 years should be set and some changes in the Statute should be made.

Commenting on the topic of international sanctions, Aleksandr Korchagin noted that they struck not so much the Russian economy, but rather the level of employment, including those countries that joined them. Despite the rather hard pressure, the Russian oil and gas industry continues to develop and even shows growth, while remaining still attractive to foreign companies. More than 40% of foreign investments are in the oil and gas sector and the growth of the investments continues the second year in a row.

Aleksandr Korchagin also informed partners about the Union position upon the problems of socio-economic development of the northern regions of Russia, which occupy about 2/3 of the country's territory and make a significant contribution to the country's budget and represent Russia's significant geopolitical and economic interests, determining its position in the world. He listed a few main problems to be solved today, such as environmetnal safety of Arctic oil and gas projects, the protection of social and labor interests of northern inhabitants, as indigenous peoples and the population of industrial centers, the shortage of highly qualified staff, the outflow of the working-age population, the lack of comfortable housing and wide transport accessibility, reduced economic attractiveness of work in the North and raising the retirement age for northerners.  

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