The President of the Russian Federation signed a decree on the basics of state policy in the Arctic zone until 2035. They determine Russia's national priorities in this region. These include ensuring the country's sovereignty and territorial integrity, preserving the Arctic as a world territory, ensuring a high quality of life and well-being of the Arctic population, and developing its resource base. The development of the Northern sea route as a competitive national transport artery on the world market, environmental protection and protection of the traditional way of life of indigenous peoples are separately spelled out in the framework.
"The state policy framework provides for the development of a unified statistical and information-analytical system for monitoring and managing the socio-economic development of the Russian Arctic zone," said Alexey Chekunkov, head of the Far East and Arctic development Fund. - The Foundation is starting to implement this project. This will be a dynamic mathematical model that takes into account Arctic resources, logistics, economic and environmental factors and allows you to calculate scenarios for the development of the Arctic and the Northern sea route, depending on the speed and scale of economic, social and climate changes. In fact, we will create the first digital counterpart of the North sea route in Russia."

The Arctic - a region of strategic importance for our country. Living and working there people need constant support from the state.

The Arctic region is frozen treasure hunt followed by all countries. In Russia, the Arctic decided to recall in the context of oil production. In fact, the range of issues related to the Arctic, much broader climate change, preservation of natural habitats, the protection of the indigenous population. His opinion on this matter with the INF shared professor Vincent F. Gallucci, director of the Canadian Arctic Research Center, University of Washington in Seattle, an expert in the field of fisheries and fisheries.