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40 billion rubles will be spent on the restoration of the Irkutsk region

40 billion rubles will be spent on the restoration of the Irkutsk region
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The Russian government has adopted a program to restore social, transport infrastructure and a number of other facilities, including housing, in the Irkutsk region. About 40 billion rubles were pledged to restore the region after the flood.

According to Deputy Prime Minister Vitaliy Mutko, the program is designed until the 2023 year. It included 211 objects of education, healthcare, culture, sports, engineering and road infrastructure.

“We proceed from the fact that housing infrastructure facilities are now included in this program. We have already transferred 15 billion - this is to restore housing rights: housing construction and major repairs. Up to 500 million has already been allocated for road rehabilitation. Some 32 billion remains, which will need to be allocated before the 2023 year, ”said Vitaliy Mutko at a briefing after a meeting of the Russian government.

The budget of the Irkutsk region will allocate about seven billion rubles, part of the funding will be attracted from extrabudgetary sources. It is already known that the state companies Rosneft, Transneft, Russian Railways, Gazprom Neft, as well as private investors will take part in the program. They will help to build social and infrastructure facilities. The work will be coordinated by the Ministry of Construction, the working group was led by First Deputy Minister Leonid Stavitsky.

This summer in the Irkutsk region more than 100 settlements were in the flood zone. About 11 thousand dwelling houses suffered from water, about four thousand of them were recognized by experts as emergency. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed to complete all flood relief work in the Irkutsk Region Until 2024 year.

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