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Editorial Board       p-ISSN 2308-4944 (print)       e-ISSN 2409-0085 (online)
SOI: 1.1/TAS         DOI: 10.15863/TAS

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ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science 11(127) 2023

Philadelphia, USA

* Scientific Article * Impact Factor 6.630

Magtesyan, Sh. A., Kopaeva, K. S., Blagorodov, A. A., Prokhorov, V. T., & Volkova, G. Yu.

The relationship and distinctive features of ZATOs and ONPs in the Arctic zone.

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Language: English

Citation: Magtesyan, Sh. A., Kopaeva, K. S., Blagorodov, A. A., Prokhorov, V. T., & Volkova, G. Yu. (2023). The relationship and distinctive features of ZATOs and ONPs in the Arctic zone. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 11 (127), 56-66. Soi: Doi:

Pages: 56-66

Published: 30.11.2023

Abstract: The article reflects the result of a detailed analysis of all Arctic settlements in Russia with a population of more than 500 people. taking into account not only standard statistical parameters, but also specially collected data on the location of medical and educational organizations, logistics infrastructure (including the largest civilian warehouses of fuels and lubricants), proximity to licensed areas for mining, etc. The research work carried out is the basis for identifying closed administrative territorial formations (CATOs) and support settlements (SUP) of the Russian Arctic. The detail of the analysis allows us to form a flexible system of criteria for support settlements in the field of external and internal security, as centers of socio-cultural support for the population of the Arctic, centers of service and administrative support for the implementation of resource projects, innovative, information and personnel support for the development of the Arctic, as well as placement points unique enterprises and organizations.A closed administrative-territorial entity (CATE) is an administrative-territorial entity created in order to ensure the safe functioning of organizations located on its territory that carry out the development, production, storage and disposal of weapons of mass destruction, processing of radioactive and other highly dangerous man-made materials, military and other facilities for which, in order to ensure the defense of the country and the security of the state, a special regime for the safe operation and protection of state secrets is established, including special living conditions for citizens. The entire territory of a closed administrative-territorial entity is the territory of a municipal entity with the status of an urban district, and a supporting settlement is a settlement located outside the boundaries of urban agglomerations, on the basis of which the accelerated development of infrastructure is carried out, ensuring the implementation of guarantees in the field of education, the availability of medical care, services in the sphere of culture and the implementation of other needs of the population of the territory of one or more municipalities.

Key words: competitiveness, demand, quality, accessibility, innovation, digital technology, economic policy, industrial policy, union of federal, regional and municipal branches of government; profitability, profit, financial stability, stability, purchasing power.








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