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“Single subsidy” for the Far Eastern Federal District increased to 95,7 billion rubles

“Single subsidy” for the Far Eastern Federal District increased to 95,7 billion rubles
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The Russian government increased the size of the “single subsidy” for the Far East to 95,7 billion rubles. An additional 1,4 billion rubles will be allocated for projects in the Amur Region and in the Primorsky Territory.

As Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said at a government meeting, the federal authorities will closely monitor that this money will help create normal conditions for life and business in the Far East.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, Primorye will receive an additional 300 million rubles to the centers of economic growth. This will make it possible to reconstruct the bridge over the Sakharnaya River in the city of Bolshoi Kamen, purchase medical equipment for the future children's clinic, and also establish multi-tiered parking in Vladivostok.

Amur Region will additionally allocate 1,1 billion rubles. With this money, a new substation and overhead power transmission line will be built in the city of Svobodny to provide electricity to social and housing infrastructure under construction.

According to the plans for the development of centers of economic growth (“a single subsidy”), construction, repair and modernization of social facilities is ongoing in the Far East. The cancer funds of this program are received by 58 centers of economic growth — municipalities where investment projects are being implemented.

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