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Amur region will receive new fire fighting equipment in early summer

Amur region will receive new fire fighting equipment in early summer
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For the Amur Region this year, 12 units of forest fire equipment, 11 units of forestry equipment and five units of forestry equipment will be purchased. 88,6 million rubles will be spent on their purchase, funding will be allocated from the federal budget as part of the Ecology national project.

For the region, UAZ and Ural vehicles, Chetra bulldozer, forest fire tractors, tractor units and a car trailer will be purchased. For forestry work, the Amur Region will receive tractors, disc harrows and cultivators. Auctions for the supply of machinery and equipment have already passed, now the procedure for concluding contracts with the winners is ongoing.

The Amur Region will receive the first equipment this year in early June. She will replenish the fleet of all leshozes in the region. Applications for the necessary equipment and machines they were prepared in advance.

Also, in the framework of the national project "Ecology" in the Amur region, reforestation areas will be increased. In 2020, 85 million rubles from the federal budget will be spent on these purposes, another 858 thousand will be spent on the formation of a seed reserve.

Last year, 140 million rubles were spent on the forest fire purchase of equipment for the Amur Region on a national project. At the end of 2019, the region received an additional 41 million rubles from the federal budget and was able to purchase another nine units of fire fighting equipment.

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