Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

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Chita
Yakutsk

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Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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Petropavlovsk-
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Moscow

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Only one region of the Far Eastern Federal District was in the top 10 rating of a comfortable urban environment

Only one region of the Far Eastern Federal District was in the top 10 rating of a comfortable urban environment
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The Far Eastern regions were among the best in the program “Formation of a comfortable urban environment”. The corresponding rating was compiled by the Ministry of Construction of Russia.

The rating was formed according to 35 criteria, the press service of the Ministry of Construction reports. The residents took into account the assessment of changes in the urban environment, the number of projects that became the winners of the All-Russian contest of the best projects for creating a comfortable urban environment, the creation of competence centers, the involvement of volunteers, the average value of IQ “Smart City” and other indicators.

The five leaders of the regions of the Far East do not. The Moscow, Kaluga, Tula, Leningrad, Irkutsk and Sverdlovsk Regions scored the most points by the aggregate of assessed criteria. Further, in eighth place, Yakutia is located.

The Far Eastern region did not make it into the top ten: the Khabarovsk Territory shared the 13th line with the Omsk Region (67 points). The Amur Region has 23rd place in the rating. Closer to the end of the rating, Chukotka was in 26th place, and Sakhalin Oblast took 30th place. Primorsky Territory has 31st place. The worst of all was the Trans-Baikal Territory - it took the last place. 

In 2020, the regions will receive an additional about 400 million rubles additionally for improvement cities. The Amur Region and Buryatia will receive the most to create a comfortable urban environment - 115 million rubles each. Transbaikalia, Chukotka and Yakutia were allocated 45 million rubles each.

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