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More than 375 million rubles will be allocated to create temporary jobs in the Far Eastern Federal District

More than 375 million rubles will be allocated to create temporary jobs in the Far Eastern Federal District
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Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed an order to allocate funds for the creation of temporary jobs. 375,5 million rubles will be allocated to the regions of the Far East for these purposes.

According to the press services of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, in total, Russians will be sent to organize temporary employment for job loss four billion rubles from the reserve fund of the country. Funds will go to the regions to reimburse the salary expenses of companies when creating temporary jobs.

According to the decree, Buryatia will receive the most among the Far Eastern regions - 103 million rubles. More than 72 million rubles will be sent to Yakutia, and about 63 million rubles to Primorye. Employers of Transbaikalia, providing temporary employment, will receive 39 million rubles, Khabarovsk Territory - 35,5 million rubles, Amur Region - more than 30 million rubles.

In addition, businessmen of Kamchatka will be able to count on support for a total of 16 million rubles, eight million rubles will go to the Magadan region, six million to the EAO, more than three million rubles to Chukotka.

With this money, the authorities plan to attract workers who cannot yet begin work due to a pandemic or are recognized as unemployed. They will be arranged in the spheres of construction, transport, housing and communal services, improvement, the agro-industrial complex and in social services for caring for the elderly. The authorities expect to employ about 80 thousand people in this way.

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