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Chukotka will receive 104 million rubles for the development of indigenous peoples

In accordance with the decree of the Government of the Russian Federation from 2 July 2014 No. 1210-r, the district budget of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug will receive 104 million rubles to support the economic and social development of indigenous small peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East, the governor's press service reported.

- We plan to implement a number of projects aimed at creating the conditions for the economic development of traditional activities of the indigenous small-numbered peoples of Chukotka, including support for the sea mammal hunting and reindeer husbandry in the region. Also this year, additional funding will receive activities to support social infrastructure in the settlements of Chukotka, - said the governor of Chukotka Roman Kopin.

The head of the region emphasized that this year they plan to build a bakery shop in the village of Vayegi, Anadyr district. The cost of this project is 43,5 million rubles, of which 22,7 million will be allocated from the district budget.

- Currently, the coordination of activities with the Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation continues. When this process is completed, the implementation of the planned projects will start in Chukotka, - Roman Kopin said.

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