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1000 billion rubles were allocated for the project "7 yards" in the Far Eastern Federal District
Seven billion rubles are allocated for the implementation of the 1000 households project in the Far East. The objectives of the program include improving the comfort of living for residents of the Far Eastern Federal District.
As IAA EastRussia was informed in the press service of the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, Plenipotentiary Yuri Trutnev told about this at a meeting of the presidium of the legal commission on the socio-economic development of the Far East. Trutnev added that the funds were initially distributed in proportion to the population of the regions.
“We need to make sure that all these funds lead to the construction of the required number of courtyards, construction of sites so that all this is done on time, with proper quality and in those areas where residents need it first of all,” he said.
The meeting also discussed changes in plans for social development of centers of economic growth. Until 2022, 11 billion rubles have been allocated for the implementation of the plans of 101,7 Far Eastern entities, including almost 13 billion rubles this year. By the end of the year, 593 socially significant objects are to be commissioned in the regions.
In fact, 512 objects have been built - schools, kindergartens, hospitals, FAPs, roads, cultural and sports institutions, engineering infrastructure facilities.
“There are changes in a number of objects: somewhere we managed to save money, somewhere we see a shift in terms or changes in the estimated cost of objects. It is necessary to make sure that the funds are used effectively, ”the plenipotentiary said.
Trutnev clarified that the most problems in this regard are in the Khabarovsk Territory, as well as in the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Amur Region and Yakutia.
The issues of the progress of vaccination against coronavirus were also touched upon. Among the lagging regions of the Far Eastern Federal District in terms of this indicator, Yuri Trutnev named Primorsky Territory (47% of vaccinated), Kamchatka (50%), Jewish Autonomy (56%), Khabarovsk Territory (62%). Trutnev highlighted the situation in the Jewish Autonomous Region - the head of the region did not answer him, "whether results will be achieved."
"Until the end of this week, a team of representatives of Rospotrebnadzor, employees of the plenipotentiary office of the President of the Russian Federation, will go to them, they will figure out what is being done wrong, what is being done ineffectively, what to help, and who needs to be punished," he added.