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The budget deficit of Primorsky Krai is proposed to be reduced from 7,2 to 4,4 billion rubles

According to the budget changes approved today Primorye Territory on 2015 year and the planned period of 2016 and 2017, the budget deficit is proposed to be reduced from 7,2 billion rubles to 4,4 billion, the press service of the Primorye Territory Administration reports.

Incomes of the Primorsky Territory budget for 2015 year will amount to 82,5 billion rubles. Expenditures of the regional budget are reduced by 4,5 billion rubles and make 86,9 billion rubles, EastRussia was told in the press service of the regional administration.

Reduction of budget expenditures is ensured by the refusal to start construction of new facilities, savings during competitive procedures, and 5% reduction in expenses for ensuring the activities of the regional state institutions. At the same time, changes in the budget take into account the initiative of the governor, who reduced the salary to himself and his deputies by 10 percent since March.

As a result of the changes, all 17 state programs of Primorye have undergone an adjustment. At the same time, funding has been increased for five programs. These are programs to develop rural, health, social support for the population, promote employment and protect the environment.

Tatiana Kazantseva, Director of the Primorsky Territory Finance Department, said at the committee meeting that the proposed changes are aimed at achieving the main goal - ensuring economic stability and balance. budget. In addition, according to her, the task set by the President of the Russian Federation is fulfilled - to reduce the expenditures of the regional budget by no less than 5 percent due to the increase of cost effectiveness.

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