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More than 460 million rubles are needed for subsidized tickets from Transbaikalia

More than 460 million rubles are needed for subsidized tickets from Transbaikalia
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The authorities of the Trans-Baikal Territory have calculated the required amount of funding for the organization of subsidized air travel. By the end of 2021, the need for additional funding will amount to 463 million rubles.

According to the press service of the government of Transbaikalia, the authorities plan to continue to seek subsidies for air tickets to Moscow and St. Petersburg. Recently, Chita was again left without discounted tickets to the center of the country.

As noted by the Minister of Construction, Roads and Transport of the region Dmitry Vatagin, the specified amount of 463 million will be needed by the end of this year. The authorities have already stated this need to the Russian government.

Earlier, the Transport Commission of the State Council asked the government eliminate discrimination when subsidizing air travel from Chita... This year, the region was left without subsidies for flights twice, for which apologize to the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East Alexey Chekunkov

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