The strategy for the development of the Russian metallurgical complex until 2030, which was discussed on August 1 at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, will be finalized and then promptly adopted, Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the head of state, said.
“Some nuances will be finalized there, then it will be quickly approved,” he said at a briefing.
On August 1, Putin recalled that back in April he ordered to approve the strategy for the development of domestic metallurgy until 2030.
He emphasized that the strategy should not only be designed to overcome current difficulties and support Russian metallurgists, but also set guidelines for the long-term development of the industry, create the basis for long-term plans of companies and enterprises.
As reported, during the meeting, the current parameters of the work of the Russian metallurgical industry were announced, including capacity utilization by 60-70% of the nominal, a sharp drop in margins, domestic demand and exports.