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More than 120 million rubles from the reserve fund of the Russian Federation will be allocated by Amur Region

More than 120 million rubles from the reserve fund of the Russian Federation will be allocated by Amur Region
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The Amur Region will receive 122 million rubles from the reserve fund of Russia for the development of design estimates and the construction of treatment facilities in the village of Ivanovka. The instructions for the allocation of funds were given by President Vladimir Putin.

Now in the village there are no sewage treatment facilities, their construction will allow solving the issue of environmental safety. However, neither the municipal, nor the regional budgets can afford such expenses. This problem was voiced to the president in January 2020 at a meeting of the Council for the Development of Local Self-Government. 

Thanks to such applications, the region received billions of rubles last year to support farmers affected by the flood. Last week, a decree was signed on the allocation of Amur 912 million rubles for the restoration of roads. 
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