Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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At the meeting of the State Council Yakutia was noted for active work on the development of rural areas

At the last 21 April meeting of the State Council and the Council under the President of the Russian Federation on the implementation of priority national projects and demographic policy, the Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation Nikolay Fedorov gave a positive assessment of Yakutia to ensure sustainable development of rural areas.

"Since this year, a new federal program for sustainable development of rural areas has been in effect. And what do we have, dear fellow governors? 56 heads of regions have not submitted a single initiative of their rural settlements to the Ministry of Agriculture for co-financing or allocating grants. But at the same time, please note, great activity showed the Altai Territory, the republics of Komi, Yakutia, Tatarstan, Irkutsk, Vologda, Ulyanovsk and Rostov regions and received appropriate federal support. farms Nikolay Fedorov.

The head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia also recalled that in accordance with paragraph 4.1 of article 179.4 of the Budget Code, regional authorities should ensure subsidies to local budgets for the design, construction, reconstruction of roads for rural settlements in the amount of not less than 5% of the total budgetary appropriations of the road fund.

"And how are we, dear members of the State Council, the requirements of the Federal Law on the Construction of Rural Roads? I am reporting. Last year, we supported the villagers by allocating at least 5 percent of the road fund, as required by law, in only 12 regions. This is the Kursk region, Yakutia, Stavropol Territory, Tambov Region, Jewish Autonomous Region, Mari El, Perm Territory, and Udmurtia, Krasnoyarsk Territory and Tatarstan allocated from 8 to 9 percent, Sakhalin - 12 percent, Kalmykia - almost 34 percent. And for the rest, it turns out, the law is like in Russia, they say, sometimes it's not a decree, or something, everywhere less than imperatively required by federal law, or even zero at all, "Fedorov emphasized.

"Since this year, a new federal program for sustainable development of rural areas has been in effect. And what do we have, dear fellow governors? 56 heads of regions have not submitted a single initiative of their rural settlements to the Ministry of Agriculture for co-financing or allocating grants. But at the same time, please note, great activity showed the Altai Territory, the republics of Komi, Yakutia, Tatarstan, Irkutsk, Vologda, Ulyanovsk and Rostov regions and received appropriate federal support. farms Nikolay Fedorov.

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