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The Government of Chukotka subsidizes the purchase of products from subsidiary farms

The government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region has developed a new program for the development of crop production in the region, the press service of the regional administration said. According to Leonid Nikolayev, the head of the Department of Agricultural Policy and Environmental Management of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the initiative involves subsidizing the purchase of potatoes and vegetables grown in personal subsidiary farms from the population, as well as wild-growing products collected by residents of the district.

- To date, the program has been developed and is being finalized. As expected, in the near future in all regions of Chukotka, enterprises and institutions will be determined that will purchase products from the population, next week residents of the district will already be able to sell the harvested berries and mushrooms, '' said Leonid Nikolaev and noted that the purchased products will be sent to kindergartens, schools and healthcare facilities in the region.

The corresponding program was developed by order of the governor of the Chukotka AO Roman Kopin. According to the head of the region, in the district it is necessary to organize the sale of goods of own production.

In the future, it is planned to establish the purchase of fish from the population, including finished products from it.

Measures for the purchase of wild berries and mushrooms, as well as potatoes and vegetables from the population are included in the developed subprogram "Development of crop production" of the state program "Development of the agro-industrial complex of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug for 2014-2018".

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