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The crisis in Russia will not affect federal construction projects in Svobodny

The crisis in Russia will not affect federal construction projects in Svobodny
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Despite the difficult economic situation in Russia caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the implementation of federal projects will continue. This also applies to large construction projects in the Amur Region. So, in Svobodny they will continue to develop the electric grid complex and build a house for law enforcement officers.

In late March, the federal budget allocated a “single subsidy” 500 million rubles to provide law enforcement and regulatory officers with apartments in Svobodny. According to the meeting, chaired by the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development Alexander Kozlov, until May 15, funding will be brought to the region.

It is expected that security forces will receive 138 apartments in Svobodny, where new enterprises are developing, more residents appear. Employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs will receive 113 apartments, Rosguard - ten, prosecutors - seven, the FSB - five, the Ministry of Emergencies - three.

The development of the electric grid complex will continue in the city. In February, Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, approved the allocation of 1,1 billion rubles for these purposes. Money has already been brought to the region, now it is possible to conclude agreements with power engineers and begin construction. Until 2023, a 500 kV Amurskaya substation is being reconstructed in the city, a 110/35/10 kV Impulse substation and a 110 kV Amurskaya Impulse overhead power line will be built.

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