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The revenue part of the budget of Khabarovsk increased by 1,3 billion rubles, and the expenditure on 1,7 billion rubles

The revenue side of the Khabarovsk budget as a result of adjustments increased by 1,295 billion rubles. to 13,419 billion rubles, and expenses - by 1,758 billion rubles. up to 14,688 billion rubles.

Such amendments to the financial document were adopted today by deputies of the Khabarovsk City Duma. Tax revenues increase by 81 million rubles, non-tax revenues by 148 million rubles.

For intergovernmental transfers, the amount of revenues of the treasury as a whole increases by 986 million rubles, including subsidies for 246 million rubles. and other interbudgetary transfers for 740 million rubles.

All budget expenditures are planned mainly on a program basis in order to improve the effectiveness of the city's budget policy. Today, 23 municipal programs operate in Khabarovsk. Most of the funds from the city budget will traditionally go to education, road construction, for housing and communal services.

The budget deficit will amount to 1 million rubles, or 269%. As the director of the financial department of the city administration Valery Sokolov explained to the deputies, the increase in the deficit from 15,1% occurred "in connection with the need to increase the city's budget expenditures" at the expense of the balances that formed on January 10 of this year in the amount of 1 million rubles. Mr. Sokolov explained that in the event of a decrease in the balance of budget funds, its deficit may exceed the established limits of 477,5%. In this case, the amount of the reduction in balances must be approved as a source of budget financing.

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