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Alexander Vinnikov gave instructions to apply for federal funding
The governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region, Alexander Vinnikov, instructed to speed up the work on preparing the documents necessary for submitting an application from the JAR to the commission of the Ministry for the Development of the Far East dealing with the financing of priority investment projects from the federal budget. The work must be completed before 10 December, and also for the same period to prepare an application. Yury Trutnev, plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, set such a task for the regional leaders at a working meeting he held last Saturday in Vladivostok, the press service of the Jewish Autonomous Region reported.
It is known that applications from the regions will participate in the competitive selection. As previously reported, during the 2015-2017 years in the Far East will be created and launched five territories of priority development and six investment projects. Priority projects will be implemented primarily in the agro-industrial complex, processing and mining of mineral resources, forest processing and stevedoring business.
The Governor also informed that in Vladivostok, at a meeting of the Council under the plenipotentiary, dedicated to the implementation of the reform of local self-government and preparations for the 2015 elections, the deadline for the adoption of regulatory legal documents in the subjects of the Federation was given until December 21, in accordance with which powers would be redistributed in accordance with changes adopted at the federal level. This will also affect the procedure for electing heads of municipal districts and urban districts, deputies of representative bodies of local self-government. The regional law on certain issues of local self-government in the Jewish Autonomous Region in the regional Legislative Assembly is already being considered today. "Not everything in it is unambiguous, consultations are underway, but in the version that is presented, this will allow us to fulfill the tasks determined by federal legislation," said Alexander Vinnikov.