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China invests 3 billion dollars in the construction of the port in Crimea

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According to RIA "News"With reference to the newspaper Izvestia, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Crimea Rustam Temirgaliyev announced the resumption of negotiations with Chinese investors on the construction of a deep-water port, which could be spent around 3 billions of dollars.

For the first time, the construction of the port in Yevpatoria was discussed during the visit of the former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych to China in December 2013. Participants in the Kievgidroinvest project and BICIM (Interoceanic Canal Investment Management Co) reported that at the first stage, China will invest in the construction of about 3 billions of dollars. However, after the crisis in Ukraine, negotiations were frozen.

“We intend to launch the project, but only when the extraordinary measures for the introduction of the ruble and the water supply of the peninsula are completed,” Temirgaliyev said.

According to him, in-person meetings with representatives of the Chinese side should be held in August, as this is not a priority project. The issue of China’s investment in Crimea was raised after the recent visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to China.
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  1. MOISEY
    MOISEY 29 May 2014 09: 40
    +38
    If China invests in Crimea, then we can say that at an official level it recognizes Russian territory.
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 29 May 2014 09: 52
      +5
      Quote: MOISEY
      If China invests in Crimea, then we can say that at an official level it recognizes Russian territory.

      Think correctly .. And now let someone blather that Crimea is not Russia! The Chinese simply will not invest money this is a promising project ..
      1. aleks 62
        aleks 62 29 May 2014 10: 04
        +14
        ..... A very good project ... .... It’s impossible to build such things in the Yevpatoriya region .... There are shallow depths and it will be necessary to build a sea channel for the port, which implies the excavation of a large amount of soil from the bottom of the sea (channel depth something about 25m). And there is sand there. The sea will constantly block the canal itself. Ecologists say that this construction will lead to the disappearance of sandy beaches near Yevpatoria, which after barbaric extraction of sand (taken to Turkey on the coast of Antalya - these are such cool beaches from there) and so very much decreased in size ... Infa slipped that this project is lobbying for an office specifically engaged in the extraction of sand, they port to the bulb ...
        1. tux
          tux 29 May 2014 10: 39
          +3
          Quote: aleks 62
          port them to the bulb ...


          I think it’s not the port that interests them, but the construction of an enclave in Crimea. IMHO it doesn’t matter who Crimea is behind us or how Ukraine was before, the main thing is that they want to make their base there. So IMHO recognition of the Crimea has nothing to do with it.
        2. serega.fedotov
          serega.fedotov 29 May 2014 12: 42
          +1
          Quote: aleks 62
          ..... A very good project ... .... It’s impossible to build such things in the Yevpatoriya region .... There are shallow depths and it will be necessary to build a sea channel for the port, which implies the excavation of a large amount of soil from the bottom of the sea (channel depth something about 25m). And there is sand there. The sea will constantly block the canal itself. Ecologists say that this construction will lead to the disappearance of sandy beaches near Yevpatoria, which after barbaric extraction of sand (taken to Turkey on the coast of Antalya - these are such cool beaches from there) and so very much decreased in size ... Infa slipped that this project is lobbying for an office specifically engaged in the extraction of sand, they port to the bulb ...

          Hassle-free is sacred, just do not forget, now fuss will begin to frustrate the project, and most importantly they will push it, it’s the environment! So get ready to listen to horror stories !!!!
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    3. Savva30
      Savva30 29 May 2014 11: 31
      +2
      I personally understand one thing that part of Crimea was sold to the Chinese. I do not feel joy ...
    4. marder4
      marder4 29 May 2014 12: 22
      +1
      of course they admit, they, after all, also have views on a number of island states in the Pacific Ocean and, naturally, they very much count on a "reciprocal gesture" from Russia when they crush these very islands for themselves ...
    5. viktorR
      viktorR 29 May 2014 13: 42
      +1
      I can’t understand one thing, when Yanuk was going to build a port for Chinese goods imported into Europe through the territory of Ukraine by train. Why is this port needed in the current situation? Well, and the environment ... About washed sand - it really is.
  2. siberko
    siberko 29 May 2014 09: 40
    +9
    it’s very good ... jobs, a deep-sea trading port ... infrastructure .... I feel Crimea will be a Russian pearl
    1. Rostovchanin
      Rostovchanin 29 May 2014 09: 46
      +5
      it’s very good ... jobs, a deep-sea trading port ... infrastructure .... I feel Crimea will be a Russian pearl

      We in Rostov are already recruiting for the construction of the Crimea in full.
    2. gispanec
      gispanec 29 May 2014 09: 47
      +5
      Quote: siberko
      I feel Crimea will be a Russian pearl

      so he was ALWAYS a pearl ... though by misunderstanding of 23 years he was in an ....
    3. Orc-xnumx
      Orc-xnumx 29 May 2014 10: 32
      +5
      What is .ui port? A piece of iron only in dill! Chinasis stir something up! Not good!
      1. Simple
        Simple 29 May 2014 11: 40
        +3
        Quote: Orc-78
        What is .ui port? A piece of iron only in dill! ...


        So it will be in New Russia.
  3. Scandinavian
    Scandinavian 29 May 2014 09: 44
    +7
    As long as this is beneficial to China, he will recognize what he needs. Strongly do not flatter yourself, those are still Mao Zedong am
    1. Nasty pirate
      Nasty pirate 29 May 2014 09: 57
      0
      The port will be built and it will not go anywhere, so this is definitely good news. And China did not seem to make any serious concessions, I'm talking about the Su-35s and S-400.
      1. Scandinavian
        Scandinavian 29 May 2014 13: 10
        0
        Read the article today http://topwar.ru/49572-rossiya-prodast-kitayu-paket-sovremennyh-vooruzheniy.html


        sell offal
  4. Russian German
    Russian German 29 May 2014 09: 47
    +4
    The point is not only in the recognition of Crimea by China as part of the Russian Federation. China is building a new Great Silk Road, and Crimea is offered the role of a logistics center in this way before sending goods to Europe or Africa or the eastern coast of America.
    1. vsoltan
      vsoltan 29 May 2014 12: 01
      +1
      Exactly. Russia remains aloof with its Trans-Siberian Railway.
  5. saag
    saag 29 May 2014 09: 48
    +4
    I wonder why China the port where it wants to transport through it, if through Ukraine to Europe, then there may be problems with the transit
    1. Artyom
      Artyom 29 May 2014 10: 11
      0
      Through which Ukraine? ... To Crimea by rail, and from there by steamers to Europe and further everywhere!
      1. saag
        saag 29 May 2014 10: 29
        +3
        And why is there such a curved route when a port was built near Taman on the Volna village, there only a branch should be extended and please - drive the goods
        1. avt
          avt 29 May 2014 11: 07
          +1
          Quote: saag
          And why is there such a curved route when a port was built near Taman on the Volna village, there only a branch should be extended and please - drive the goods

          But Ulyukaev has already voiced that they will not give money for completion, they say no, there is Crimea. It’s like a business of dismantling, it’s like they planned a terminal there - they would drive ammonia bypassing Ukraine. I’m not sure that Crimea really needs this super port, without it there is something to do and make a lot of money.
      2. Simple
        Simple 29 May 2014 12: 13
        +1
        Quote: Artyom
        Through which Ukraine? ... To Crimea by rail, and from there by steamers to Europe and further everywhere!



        http://www.derwesten.de/region/staatsbesuch-duisburg-liegt-jetzt-an-der-neuen-se

        idenstrasse-id9180256.html

        The freight train from Chongqing (China) arrives three times a week at the logistics terminal, which is located on the territory of the former Krupp steel mill (Duisburg-Reinhaisen).
        The trip passes through Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus and Poland lasts 16 days. Shipping costs are about 10 thousand euros per container, which is currently three times faster than by sea and much cheaper than air freight.
        Start of transportation (by these trains) - 2011 year.
        The length of the route is 10300 km.
        The length of the composition is 750 m.
        Transporting 50 containers (each controlled by GPS).
  6. jekasimf
    jekasimf 29 May 2014 09: 48
    +9
    Again !!!!!! So what is it! Only Yanuka with the Kitayozes were sent who wanted to ditch the ecosystem of the western coast of Crimea, how did the Kitayozes climbed again!
    Putin is in the r. I am the first to go to block the roads and write the Chinese.
    The Crimea is full of existing ports that can be brought to mind! Already in the plans of 3 to close the port ??? Well, not dibilism?
    1. aleks 62
      aleks 62 29 May 2014 10: 07
      +2
      Quote: jekasimf
      Again !!!!!! So what is it! Only Yanuka with the Kitayozes were sent who wanted to ditch the ecosystem of the western coast of Crimea, how did the Kitayozes climbed again!
      Putin is in the r. I am the first to go to block the roads and write the Chinese.
      The Crimea is full of existing ports that can be brought to mind! Already in the plans of 3 to close the port ??? Well, not dibilism?

      .... You think right ...
      1. Nayhas
        Nayhas 29 May 2014 11: 53
        0
        Quote: aleks 62
        .... You think right ...

        How do you feel about land acquisition plans in Crimea to create infrastructure for a special economic zone?
  7. Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 29 May 2014 09: 49
    +2
    That's interesting.
    It turns out that China still wants to make a southern transport thread so as not to depend on the Northern Sea Route and the Trans-Siberian Road.
    And because of the money that Russia could find on its own, is it about the Chinese ?!
    Something I do not enter into such a policy. People, who has any thoughts on this?
    1. Orc-xnumx
      Orc-xnumx 29 May 2014 10: 43
      +1
      The Chinese are moving an anti-Russian project, under the sauce of investment in the Russian Crimea! That's their geopolitics! Be careful to be with them!
  8. yulka2980
    yulka2980 29 May 2014 09: 50
    +3
    Maybe now the provocateurs will shut up, and finally stop singing songs about the fact that Crimea was left to their own devices and there they give everything according to coupons laughing
  9. hima
    hima 29 May 2014 09: 51
    +4
    They wanted to build a port between Evpatoria and the Saki district. I am against this port.
    1. aleks 62
      aleks 62 29 May 2014 10: 08
      0
      Quote: hima
      They wanted to build a port between Evpatoria and the Saki district. I am against this port.

      .... Yes, you’re right ... On the Donuzlav lake (the village of Mirny) ... There at one time they built a reserve base of the Black Sea Fleet of the USSR, but did not finish building ...
    2. armageddon
      armageddon 29 May 2014 10: 44
      0
      Hmm ... A BABA YAGA AGAINST?
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  10. Roman1970
    Roman1970 29 May 2014 09: 51
    0
    Construction and development are great ... But look, gentlemen, I have always been curious, why do we in Russia "break in" exorbitant prices for rest and service? Now, when the round-trip flight to the Crimea was announced at 7500 rubles, I wanted to fly for the weekend, to swim. I stuck to the Azroflot website, tickets for the summer were only 60000 ... As a result, I will fly to the Czech Republic for 12000 ...
    1. Vorodis_vA
      Vorodis_vA 29 May 2014 12: 02
      0
      what for 60 mowers, what are you talking about?
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    2. Zverboy
      Zverboy 29 May 2014 16: 30
      +1
      No, in the Crimea so in the Crimea - to save the travel season ...
  11. Giant thought
    Giant thought 29 May 2014 09: 51
    +2
    China is thinking ahead for many years. But by and large, such a port in Yevpatoria is not particularly needed. Until August, there is still time to think through all the options.
  12. Dbnfkmtdbx
    Dbnfkmtdbx 29 May 2014 09: 53
    0
    The Chinese wisely once again act
  13. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 29 May 2014 09: 54
    -4
    So they wanted Singapore from Crimea, so come on, he himself will not materialize there, and the port is generally needed for this, I don't understand and someone doesn't like it, the Chinese offer money, what is bad chtoli? How will it harm Crimea? And now it will start: " I myself am a Crimean woman, the daughter of an officer, etc., etc., everything is ambiguous here, no one wants the construction of a port and the development of the peninsula, and in general it was better in / in Ukraine ... ".
    1. aleks 62
      aleks 62 29 May 2014 10: 11
      0
      Quote: Standard Oil
      So they wanted Singapore from Crimea, so come on, he himself will not materialize there, and the port is generally needed for this, I don't understand and someone doesn't like it, the Chinese offer money, what is bad chtoli? How will it harm Crimea? And now it will start: " I myself am a Crimean woman, the daughter of an officer, etc., etc., everything is ambiguous here, no one wants the construction of a port and the development of the peninsula, and in general it was better in / in Ukraine ... ".

      .... Read the posts higher and understand everything ... In Crimea, they want to close 3 ports and deep-sea by the way .... The question is why ???? See above...
  14. Ek.Sektor
    Ek.Sektor 29 May 2014 09: 57
    +1
    Everything would be fine, but as far as I remember, this port will very much pollute the environment, as you know, the Chinese do not care much about Mother Earth and this is sad.
  15. muginov2015
    muginov2015 29 May 2014 09: 58
    +3
    Even everyone has a short memory. The question is, why do the Chinese need a port for 3 lard? Yes, remember why Yanuk flew to them in the spring. He leased the Crimean land to them for 50 years. But he cannot refuse the newly-minted "friends."
  16. hima
    hima 29 May 2014 10: 05
    0
    Quote: jekasimf
    Again !!!!!! So what is it! Only Yanuka with the Kitayozes were sent who wanted to ditch the ecosystem of the western coast of Crimea, how did the Kitayozes climbed again!
    Putin is in the r. I am the first to go to block the roads and write the Chinese.
    The Crimea is full of existing ports that can be brought to mind! Already in the plans of 3 to close the port ??? Well, not dibilism?

    support
  17. skyyl
    skyyl 29 May 2014 10: 15
    +1
    Well done, the Chinese, therefore, give out the economy with a bang. Well, I’m for it, the prospects for both sides are good, and it’s easier for Crimea good
    1. aleks 62
      aleks 62 29 May 2014 10: 22
      0
      Quote: skayl
      Well done, the Chinese, therefore, give out the economy with a bang. Well, I’m for it, the prospects for both sides are good, and it’s easier for Crimea good

      .... How many dozens of lards are minus ?????
  18. Hyperboreec
    Hyperboreec 29 May 2014 10: 30
    +2
    It's good. China is certainly not an ally to us, but it can be a partner for a while.
  19. siberalt
    siberalt 29 May 2014 10: 30
    +3
    China is "our host" who has Crimea. The port construction project was discussed with Yanukovych. Moreover, it has already been partially paid for by delivering grain from Crimea. However, Ukraine threw China decently under this agreement. Sharp showdowns are yet to come.
    1. zadorin1974
      zadorin1974 29 May 2014 13: 37
      +1
      By the way, Ukraine didn’t just throw on the loot, they still scrolled it not sickly good Here and the leadership of the Celestial Empire is waiting for the Parashenkin Condom to take office in order to roll out the display. What they reported back in March. But due to the fact that our helluva lot of "smart" rulers gave the go-ahead for the sale of S400, SU35 and anti-ship systems, this is already too much ( hike payment for a gas contract) on this occasion, we still have a fucking backdrop !!!
  20. Klibanophoros
    Klibanophoros 29 May 2014 10: 36
    0
    China is investing because it needs Ukrainian grain and it seems that it is not going to abandon its plans for the exploitation of these lands.
  21. Nonik
    Nonik 29 May 2014 10: 38
    0
    Yes, the project should be treated with caution. Regarding the refusal of this project - I think Russia will be able, if there are reasons. It is necessary to write about this, to remind you, you can try to draw up a substantiated petition.
  22. kaa1977
    kaa1977 29 May 2014 10: 39
    +1
    China will not give money so easily, I am sure that a significant part of the workers will be Chinese, for sure they are doing this for the sake of the "Silk Road", which they fear to lose because of the fuss in Ukraine and the formation of the Russian Crimea. This is China's main interest. And from our side - this is another concession. We have no place to go. Without the support of China against the amers, we will not survive. So until the leapfrog with America is over, we will "cooperate with the Chinese"
  23. volot-voin
    volot-voin 29 May 2014 10: 40
    +1
    American sanctions have taken place, China is investing in Crimea, we are building the Great Chinese Trumpet, which is the next ...... the death of Europe, the twilight of the gods)))
  24. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 29 May 2014 10: 44
    +1
    3 billion. The amount of investment is serious (many countries would be glad to have such investments in them). And this is twice as profitable for Russia both from the economic point of view and the main political one! So time will tell who is wrong .. Russia will spread rot with sanctions and threaten war, and our choice is not great!
  25. pensioner
    pensioner 29 May 2014 11: 14
    +2
    It's funny The Chinese began negotiations with x okhlami, and the money will bring to Russia. Nice trolling.
  26. silverwolf88
    silverwolf88 29 May 2014 11: 15
    +2
    Absolutely normal topic ... attracting foreign investment ... In this regard, China is perhaps the most depoliticized investor ... and, as a result, the most attractive.
  27. ed65b
    ed65b 29 May 2014 11: 30
    0
    I also don’t understand what the comrades were raging about; the project will undergo all the examinations, including environmental ones. Will not pass hack. In large megaprojects this is monitored very strictly. I can cite as an example a change in the ESPO project bypassing Lake Baikal and restoring order on Sakhalin.
  28. Tolerast
    Tolerast 29 May 2014 11: 40
    0
    Ha, unrecognized and isolated Crimea, you say? Deprived of investment? Obamochka do you yourself at least sometimes believe in the heresy that you carry? Or do you have psaki of the brain? Then it’s time to go to the madhouse for other old senility: Reagan, Bush and Brzezinski.
  29. Prager
    Prager 29 May 2014 11: 46
    +1
    I wonder why the Chinese needed this port? Here it smells like what we mortals will never know. To build a port from zero for 3 billion is not a matter of economics, but of geopolitics.
    1. Nayhas
      Nayhas 29 May 2014 11: 56
      0
      Quote: Prager
      I wonder why the Chinese needed this port? Here it smells like what we mortals will never know. To build a port from zero for 3 billion is not a matter of economics, but of geopolitics.

      The question is interesting in that in the current situation it is absolutely useless. Crimea turned into an island, what to export from it in such volumes?
    2. Tolerast
      Tolerast 29 May 2014 12: 02
      +1
      The port in Crimea is a key point in their "New Silk Road" project. They simply have nowhere to go. And if there are Chinese investments, there will be others. This is understandable to Psak.
  30. 3vs
    3vs 29 May 2014 11: 53
    0
    Listen to the opinion of reputable experts on this matter.
  31. nnz226
    nnz226 29 May 2014 11: 58
    0
    The Chinese were going to invest in the construction of a bridge / tunnel across the Kerch Strait - in my opinion, this is task No. 1, and there are enough ports in the Crimea: Kerch, Feodosia, Sevastopol. You can use Yalta. Although they wrote about the closure of some of them, they will not close them tomorrow ...
  32. prishelec
    prishelec 29 May 2014 12: 37
    +1
    Yesterday I read the news that China refused to invest a few billion dollars in a solar station in Nevada (USA), and is reorienting to the Crimea, like that. wink
  33. FlyEngine
    FlyEngine 29 May 2014 14: 30
    0
    Quote: Roman1970
    Construction and development are great ... But look, gentlemen, I have always been curious, why do we in Russia "break in" exorbitant prices for rest and service? Now, when the round-trip flight to the Crimea was announced at 7500 rubles, I wanted to fly for the weekend, to swim. I stuck to the Azroflot website, tickets for the summer were only 60000 ... As a result, I will fly to the Czech Republic for 12000 ...

    I just looked at the tickets - 14 thousand Moscow-Simferopol-Moscow with a flight on June 6 and June 8 back.
  34. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina 29 May 2014 15: 28
    0
    China does nothing for nothing. Moreover, to invest such money where it is not profitable, he will not. Do we need an influx of Chinese in Crimea? I think we don’t need this. This is the first.
    Secondly, after the construction of the port, Evpatoria will lose its attractiveness as a resort, especially for children. The new port will entail the construction of a huge port infrastructure, including rail and road, and this is no longer a resort area.
    Thirdly. Until the issue with New Russia is resolved, this will be the road to nowhere. What to export, bring and where, when a dead end? Through Kerch?
    Fourth, the environment will suffer.
    Fifth. Do Crimeans want such a new building?
    In a word, you have to think, and very well.