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Representatives of the Transport Agency of Finland (TAF) expressed interest in building a bridge over the Lena River in Yakutia

Representatives of the Finnish Transport Agency (TAF) in negotiations with Rosavtodor have expressed interest in building a bridge over the Lena River in Yakutia - Kommersant reports. As the deputy general director of TAF Kari Ruohonen noted, the Finnish road workers have experience in the implementation of infrastructure projects on the principles of public-private partnership. For example, in Finland, attracting funds from investors, the Järvenpää-Lahti highway and the Kokkola-Ylivieska railway are being built. Recall that the implementation of the project to create a road bridge across the Lena near Yakutsk has been postponed.

Director of the Financial and Economic University of the North-Eastern Federal University named after Ammosova Alexander Kugaevsky believes that if the bridge across the Lena is built, it will save the republican budget. “The implementation of the project will free up billions of rubles of budgetary funds that are now being spent on the implementation of the northern delivery,” he explained.

Recently, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the construction of the facility should be economically justified. The object was estimated at 46,7 billion rubles. in prices at the beginning of the year 2013
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