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The budget deficit of the Chukotka Autonomous District after the revision decreased by 609 million rubles

Alesia Kalinova, Acting Head of the Department of Finance, Economy and Property Relations of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, told about the structure of the budget expenditures of the region, its change and validity in all directions during the XXXI session of the Duma of the Chukotka Autonomous District.

The revenues of the regional budget for 2015 year will be 20 billion 273 million rubles, which means their decrease by 44 million rubles. Expenditures of the budget of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug in 2015 will be reduced by 653 million 616 thousand rubles and will be about 20 billion 377 million rubles.

Adjustments were made in accordance with the priority measures to ensure sustainable development of the economy and social stability in 2015 year in the conditions of limited financial resources. “The most significant directions and anti-crisis measures will be financed", - said Alesya Kalinova.

Optimization of payroll of institutions and public authorities, reduction of program activities and amounts of funds for their implementation, travel expenses and utilities are the main directions of cost reduction.

At the same time, the list of state programs was updated: the financing of activities for them was reduced by 442 million rubles. It is also forecasted a decrease in the volume of interbudgetary transfers for 620 million rubles.

Thus, the deficit of the district budget will decrease by 609 million rubles. and will reach the order of 103 million rubles.

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