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Orlov called it important Putin's proposal for infrastructure loans

Orlov called it important Putin's proposal for infrastructure loans
Photo: the press service of the Government of the Amur Region

The Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov called the decision of the President of the Russian Federation to provide infrastructure loans to the regions very important. Loans will be provided for 15 years at 3% per annum. Vladimir Putin announced this within the framework of the announcement of the message to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation today, April 21.

According to Orlov, this is an extremely important decision for the Amur Region, since the region needs to develop transport infrastructure.

“This is a very good solution for the Amur region, where a number of infrastructure facilities are being built. In particular, we are going to build several overpasses through the Transsib, ”added Vasily Orlov.

The governor also noted the importance for the region of the presidential decision in terms of ecology: it was proposed to return fines for violation of environmental legislation to the territory in the form of funds to improve the environmental situation.

“Given our work with gold mining companies, which often violate legal requirements, this is a good decision,” the governor said.

Regions of Russia will receive 500 billion rubles for infrastructure budget loans by the end of 2023. The term of such loans at 3% per annum will be up to 15 years. When distributing loans, the number of its debts will be taken into account: the fewer there are, the more loans an entity can apply for.

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