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Amur region will receive 500 million rubles for a house for law enforcement

Amur region will receive 500 million rubles for a house for law enforcement
Amur Oblast will receive an additional 500 million rubles as part of the “single subsidy”. Funding will be directed to providing housing for law enforcement officers in the city of Svobodny.

At a meeting of the government subcommittee on the implementation of investment projects in the Far East, the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexander Kozlov, said that the world's largest gas processing plant is being built near Svobodny, and it is planned to start building a gas chemical plant. More than 50 thousand people live in the city, several thousand more are the involved AGPP builders. A developing city, according to the minister, needs to improve security, for this it is necessary to create living conditions for law enforcement officers.

With the help of the “single subsidy” allocated in Svobodny, they will build a house for law enforcement officers. Of the 138 apartments, 113 will be provided to employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the rest to employees of the prosecutor's office, the national guard, the FSB and the Ministry of Emergencies.

In total, more than seven billion rubles will be allocated to Svobodny from the federal budget under the program "Single subsidy" until 2022. According to this program, 17 objects have already been built and reconstructed in the city, this year 20 more will be added to them.

Earlier, the Ministry of Eastern Development allocated about 12 billion rubles for the construction of social facilities for new residential neighborhood for employees of the Amur Gas Processing Plant.
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