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Primorsky families will be supported by 200 million rubles

Primorsky families will be supported by 200 million rubles
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Seaside families will receive about 200 million rubles under social contracts in 2020. 1,3 thousand people will be able to count on benefits. The funds will go to help in finding employment, organizing a business, maintaining a personal subsidiary plots and supporting citizens in difficult life situations.

According to the press service of the regional administration, 175 million rubles will be allocated from the federal budget, and the remaining 23,9 million rubles from the regional budget. Help will be provided to people who are below the poverty line. For example, those who decided to improve the financial situation of the family through entrepreneurship will be allocated not 50 thousand rubles, as it was before, but 250 thousand rubles.

Lifting can also be obtained for farming - for the purchase of farm animals, equipment, the cultivation of fruit and vegetable crops. Those who undergo vocational training and continuing education courses for further employment can rely on payments in the amount of a living wage for three months.

The list of beneficiaries will be supplemented taking into account the opinion of the inhabitants of Primorye. Participants in social contracts need only one thing - to act in such a way as to bring their families below the poverty line. Russian President Vladimir Putin demanded that the regions be halved across the country from the regions. The result should be already by 2024.

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