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The President instructed Rosagroleasing to support agricultural producers in the Far Eastern Federal District

President Vladimir Putin instructed the government to return to the issue of supporting agricultural producers through Rosagroleasing, which suffered damage during last year's floods in the Far East.

“Dmitry Anatolyevich (Prime Minister Medvedev) and I talked, and he draws attention to the fact that the support that came through Rosagroleasing was prohibited this year, and asks the government on behalf of other leaders of the Far Eastern region to return to this issue,” - Putin said at a meeting on the course of liquidation of the consequences of last year's floods in the Far East.

He instructed Yuri Trutnev, Deputy Prime Minister, Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy of the Russian Federation to the Far Eastern Federal District, to develop an appropriate regulation, which, "in fact, will amount to additional capitalization of Rosagroleasing."

Recall from the end of July until the end of October 2013 year in the abnormal flood zone in the Far East were the Amur Region, Khabarovsk Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region. Tens of billions of rubles have been allocated for restoration work and rendering assistance to the victims of the disaster. In April, it became known that the total amount of flood damage in the Far East, according to updated data, is 527 billion rubles. The number of victims of large-scale flooding has approached 190 thousand people.

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