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Putin held a meeting on the development of the Far East

Putin held a meeting on the development of the Far East
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Russian President Vladimir Putin met in the Kremlin with Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev and the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexander Kozlov. The topic of the meeting was the development of the territory of the Far East and the Arctic. Participants paid special attention to the construction of social infrastructure in Buryatia and the Trans-Baikal Territory.

As Yury Trutnev reported to the head of state, 2 projects are currently being implemented in the Far Eastern Federal District with state support, the total amount of investments is 283 trillion 1 billion rubles. Most of these are investor funds. For each ruble from the budget, 160 rubles are invested.

93 billion rubles were invested in the social sphere. 300 new objects were built with this money and another 200 were reconstructed. Vladimir Putin inquired about the financing of social construction projects in Buryatia and Transbaikalia, which were recently added to the Far Eastern territory. In Buryatia, it is planned to build three hospitals, one FAP, a school, 12 sports complexes and venues, and reconstruction of 70 objects. In Transbaikalia - the construction of 40 FAPs, two schools, three kindergartens, two sports complexes, 60 playgrounds, eight cultural facilities, the reconstruction of more than a hundred objects.

According to Minister Alexander Kozlov, work in the amount of three billion rubles has already been completed in each of these regions, all objects have passed the design stages, the selection of a contractor, and are now under construction.

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