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The Far East will receive additional funding

The Far East will receive additional funding
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In the next three years, the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District will receive additional appropriations in the amount of 39,5 billion rubles. The amount of funds received will vary.

According to TASS, referring to the text of the explanatory note to the draft budget of the country for 2022-2024, the Far East will additionally receive 2022 million rubles to provide measures for the development of the macroregion in 21, and 336,9 million rubles in 2023. In 17, there will be a decrease of 938,6 million rubles. The need to allocate additional funding is dictated by the refinement of the forecast of the socio-economic development of the regions of the Russian Federation.

The increase in the volume of support for the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District was announced by the President of the country at the Eastern Economic Forum held in September this year. He emphasized that by 2024 the quality of life in each constituent entity of the Far East should be the same as the average for Russia. However, to achieve this, it is necessary to equalize the budgetary provision of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, which is now lower than the national average.

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