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Airport in Tynda may be reconstructed ahead of schedule

Airport in Tynda may be reconstructed ahead of schedule
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Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov during a working meeting with the president Vladimir Putin asked Russia to postpone the completion date of the airport in Tynda by two years. Initially, the airport was planned to be completed in 2024.

According to the press service of the government of the Amur region, the head of the region also reported on the economic development of the region. Vasily Orlov noted that now the outflow of the population has slowed down, but remains. To keep the population alive, several issues need to be addressed at once: from health care to job creation.

Currently, the region is implementing three projects of federal significance. These are the Power of Siberia gas cluster, the Gazprom gas processing plant and the Sibur gas chemical complex, as well as the Vostochny cosmodrome. And the third construction, which began in 2021, is the second branch of the BAM.

The head of the region also noted that in 2020 budget revenues increased and amounted to 105 billion rubles. Of this amount, 34 billion rubles came from the federal budget.

During a trip to the Far East, Vladimir Putin took part in the work of the Eastern Economic Forum, and in the Amur Region visited the Vaud cosmodromewaste.

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