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The budget deficit of Primorye has grown to almost 20 billion rubles

The budget deficit of Primorye has grown to almost 20 billion rubles
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Deputies of the Legislative Assembly of Primorye adopted a bill on changing the regional budget for 2020 and the planning period 2021 and 2022. Revenues from it will amount to 137,6 billion rubles, expenses - 157 billion, and a deficit - 3 billion rubles.

The revenue side of the budget will increase by 832 million rubles due to the receipt of subsidies from the federal budget, and expenses will grow by 15,7 billion rubles. According to the press service of the regional government, spending will primarily go to social areas.

The money will be directed to monthly payments for children from three to seven years - 164 million rubles, another 82 million will go to payments to families at the birth of a third or subsequent children, 55 million will be directed to social payments to veterans. The most significant increase will affect healthcare - more than five billion rubles will be spent on strengthening and developing the material and technical base, purchasing medical equipment, overhauling facilities and providing medicines.

604 million rubles will be spent on the construction and overhaul of kindergartens and schools, a subvention for organizing and providing health and recreation for children is increasing by 23 million rubles. An additional 200 million will go to buy housing for orphans, about 520 million will be spent on events in the field of culture and sports, 15 million rubles have been allocated for a lump sum payment to defrauded real estate investors, one billion rubles will be spent on completing the construction of problem houses.