Time line of the Tyumen region
To the question "Are the regions of Russia developing?"
In September of this year, I visited the Tyumen region with a group of bloggers, where in a few days we managed to show Tobolsk, the famous Abalaksky monastery, Tyumen, and organize a meeting with Governor Yakushev. This blog tour was conducted within the framework of the project "I trust", whose task is to tell about the changes taking place in Tyumen and the region, as well as to inform about cultural and economic projects of the region.
What did we manage to see during these two days?
Information provided by the project "yadoveriyu.rf."
Photos taken during a blog tour in September 2015.
Industry in the Tyumen region is actively developing. New productions are opened, their capacities are increasing, unique enterprises emerge that are of strategic importance not only for the region, but also for the country.
In 2006, the first stage of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery, the only company engaged in oil refining in the Ural Federal District, was put into operation. The initial capacity of the enterprise is 400 thousand.tons of oil per year, and every year it increases, for example, in 2013 it was 7.5 million tons per year, and in 2015 - already 9 million tons.
An important event for oilfield services was the opening in 2008 of the first in Russia training center of Schlumberger. Schlumberger employees from all over the world regularly undergo training and retraining at the Siberian Training Center.
In the same year, construction of the first propylene plant in Russia began in Tobolsk. Its launch will allow to stop the import of propylene products into the country.
In 2013, the first and only tilapia plant in Russia was opened in the Sladkovsky district.
The cultural and historical heritage of the region is a reason for pride.
In 2007, the only stone Kremlin in Siberia, a unique example of Siberian architecture, the Tobolsk Kremlin was among the finalists of the competition “7 wonders of Russia”.
And in 2008, a truly significant event was the opening of the new Tyumen Drama Theater, which became the largest drama theater in Russia.
An important intercultural event for the Tatars of the Tyumen region in 2013 was the holding of the XIII Federal Sabantui in Tyumen.On the traditional holiday, symbolizing the end of field work, 380 people arrived from 64 regions of Russia. Sabantuy was opened by the Governor of the Tyumen Region Vladimir Yakushev and the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.
Education and sports life
As part of the support and development of education in the region, educational institutions and libraries are being built, and Tyumen teachers and students show high results in their activities.
In 2006, Olga Kovaleva, teacher of the Russian language and literature of the Tyumen school No. 70, winner of the city and regional Teacher of the Year 2006 competitions, entered the top five super finalists of the Teacher of the Year of Russia 2006 competition and received the Crystal Pelican.
In 2013, a presidential cadet school opened in Tyumen. This is the fourth such institution in Russia. On the territory of the building, 5 bedroom buildings with 182 places each, a four-storey building of the educational building and a dining room for 910 pupils were built. For cadets, there is a swimming pool with four 25-meter lanes, an indoor ice skating rink, sports corps, which will house martial arts halls, basketball, volleyball and mini-football grounds.
The emergence of major sports centers has given a new stage in the development of sports life in the region. In 2010, the opening of the Judo Center, which was visited by Vladimir Putin. A year later, the center was already taking on a large-scale competition - the world championship in judo in absolute weight, and in 2013 - the prestigious International Judo Tournament "Masters".
"Pearl of Siberia" began work in 2006. In 2014, the European Championship and the Orienteering Cup of the World Planet were held here, where about 140 athletes from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Norway, Sweden and other countries gathered. Due to the high level of organization of the championship, it is likely that the competition will return to Tyumen in 2017.
But the most honorable sporting event in Russia was, of course, the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi. In December, Tyumen took over the Olympic torch relay. The symbol of the Olympics arrived in Tyumen by train from Omsk. On the city route of 27 kilometers, more than 150 torchbearers carried fire.
In the Tyumen region, attention is paid to social policy. The service sector is being improved, housing, schools and medical facilities are being built.
In 2011, the Federal Center for Neurosurgery opened. The foundation stone of the center was laid back in 2008 as part of the national program “Health”. The first operation took place on April 25, 2011. The hospital takes the 2nd place in Russia in terms of the number of neurosurgical operations after the Moscow Institute of Neurosurgery of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences named after N.N. Burdenko.
In 2014, more than 12 thousand children were born, the natural increase of the population was more than 5800 people. In 2014, Tyumen was among the top ten in terms of the birth rate and ranked 9th in the country.
With a constant growth of the population, constant construction of housing is necessary, and in the Tyumen region they pay attention to this. In 2013, 1 million 460 thousand square meters were commissioned. meters of housing - thus, the region turned out to be the only region of Russia that fulfilled the task set for all regions - to enter 1 square meter each. meters of housing per resident of the region.