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Cultural centers will appear in villages in the Far East

Cultural centers will appear in villages in the Far East
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Cultural development centers will appear in urban-type settlements in the regions of the Far East. Their construction will be financed from the federal budget.

This disposal signed by the head of the Russian government Mikhail Mishustin. Modern centers are distinguished from cultural centers by their multifunctionality and atypical organization of space. In addition to the work of clubs and studios for children, film screenings, art exhibitions, and concerts can be held here. Cultural centers are intended for family entertainment.

In September Mikhail Mishustin approved the national program for the development of the Far East... The main objectives of the program until 2024 with the prospect of development until 2035 were to accelerate the development of the Far Eastern Federal District economy, improve the demographic situation in the macroregion, stop the migration outflow, and improve the quality of life of people in the Far East.

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