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2,7 billion rubles from the federal budget will be used to restore flood-damaged roads in the Khabarovsk Territory

Khabarovsk Territory will receive more than 2,7 billion rubles from the federal budget for the restoration of roads damaged by 2013 flooding of the year, the press service of the regional government reports.

More than 1 billion rubles of this amount will be spent on road repairs in the regional center. In total, more than 113 km of regional and municipal roads need to be repaired in the region. "The road workers are facing tough deadlines, the scope of work is very large. There are 21 road sections along the edge. Nevertheless, we must complete the restoration of the highways by November 1, before the onset of cold weather," the press service quotes the words of the head of Khabarovsk upravtodor KGKU Zakhara Gruznova.

Earlier, in October 2013, the Russian government had already allocated from the reserve fund 965,7 million rubles for the partial restoration of regional roads in the Far East. Including the Khabarovsk Territory - 172 million rubles.

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