Omsk five-year plan Victor Nazarov

Viktor Nazarov

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Viktor Nazarov was born in 1962 in the village of Inhale Bolsherechensky area of the Omsk region. It is on the relationship with the region and knowledge of its basic problems were noticed by the experts when assigning Nazarov for Governor in may 2012. He graduated from the law faculty of the Omsk state University, worked for several years in the Prosecutor’s office and military investigator. However, many considered him a native of the Corporation “Gazprom” — for some time Nazarov headed the company “Gazprom Mezhregiongaz Omsk”.

To lead the region Nazarov suggested that the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Omsk region have approved his candidacy by majority vote. Nazarov was replaced as head of the region Governor-“the heavyweight” Leonid Polezhayev, who was the head of the Omsk region for 20 years. In 2015 Nazarov won the election, gaining 60,02% of the vote. In five years of work, he began to implement the new for the region cluster policy has attracted billions of investments “Gazprom” has prepared the 300th anniversary of Omsk and moved to rectify the situation with bad roads in Omsk, which after treatment of a local resident Vladimir Putin learned the whole country. Nazarov was unable to complete the protracted, and during his tenure as head of the region has been a high-profile corruption scandals that were not associated with the Governor, but raised his subordinates.

Industrial clusters and social innovation

In the Omsk region in Nazarovo was planned to create four basic cluster — petrochemical, agricultural, forestry and precision engineering. This would, according to Nazarov, a synergistic effect in the development of the region would create new jobs, increase the amount of taxes collected and would give the opportunity to the enterprises of small and medium-sized businesses to participate in major tenders.