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The representative of Chukotka offered to increase subsidies to support the reindeer herding

Representatives of the regional branch of the Popular Front “For Russia” of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug presented their proposals at the discussion platforms of the second “Forum of Action” of the ONF, which was held in Moscow on November 17-18. The press service of the regional administration reports.

In particular, the co-chairman of the regional headquarters of the ONF, Oleg Ettyneut, proposed increasing subsidies to support northern reindeer husbandry and marine hunting. “We believe that the subsidy allocated from the federal budget to support reindeer husbandry should be increased to 50% of the level of funding from the budgets of the country's constituent entities. Also, within the framework of the order of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation dated February 11, 2013 No. 53, it is necessary to provide for new directions of loans received for the development of animal husbandry, the purchase of fuel and lubricants and spare parts for the repair of machinery and equipment, ”said Oleg Ettyneut.

In addition, according to him, it is required to revise the system of subsidizing reindeer husbandry, including in order to ensure the activities of mobile medical landing for medical examinations directly in business teams.

"In addition to the sphere of reindeer husbandry, financial support from the federal budget should be channeled to the sea mammal hunting, which will allow to continue the re-equipment of the industry started in 2009 with the use of modern technologies, provide the residents with traditional food products, and the processing industry with raw materials," added Oleg Ettyneut.

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