Vladivostok, September 2, 2021 – Gazprombank and the Sakhalin Regional Government signed a Cooperation Agreement within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok. The Agreement is aimed at developing the socioeconomic potential and improving the quality of life of the population of Sakhalin Region.
The document was signed by Valery Limarenko, Governor of Sakhalin Region, and Roman Panov, First Vice President of Gazprombank.
The Agreement envisions the Bank’s participation in the implementation of high-priority national and investment projects and lending to economic entities, among other things – on public-private partnership principles. Agreements have also been reached on the organization of sponsorship for the “Sakhalin” professional sports club.
“We’ve compiled a long list of projects aimed at improving the lives of the residents of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands – in healthcare, education, construction, housing and public utilities, culture, sports and in other important areas. And in order to fully accomplish everything that we’ve planned, we certainly need the support of such reliable partners. In fact – we’re already cooperating with Gazprombank on many socially-important projects. We’re confident that with the signing of this Agreement, our cooperation will reach a new level,” commented Valery Limarenko, Governor of Sakhalin Region.
“Today, Sakhalin Region is gradually developing and represents a high-priority region for Gazprombank. We intend to work actively on expanding our local presence and are grateful to the region’s leadership for their support and facilitation in the implementation of a wide range of projects aimed at the ongoing development of the regional economy and its social infrastructure. Within the scope of cooperation, the Bank will provide banking services featuring the use of cutting-edge technologies and new financial instruments for the people and organizations of Sakhalin Region. Taken as a whole, this is sure to have a positive impact on the region’s image and investment attractiveness, and will also make it possible to create additional jobs,” commented Roman Panov, First Vice President of Gazprombank.