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Rosavtodor does not agree with Trutnev's claims to the competition for the construction of the bridge across Lena

Earlier this week, Dmitry Pronchatov, deputy head of the Rosavtodor agency, said at a meeting in Yakutsk that the Russian Prosecutor General's Office had begun checking the agency’s tender for the construction of a bridge over the Lena River. According to Pronchatov, "the agency has done everything possible to make the competition transparent." Nevertheless, the check began, the package of documents for the competition was handed over to representatives of the prosecutor's office.

The winner was the Sakha Transport Concessions consortium, which offered 38,9 billion rubles in Q1 2013 prices, thereby outstripping its only competitor, the Yakutsk Bridge Building Company consortium, which offered to build a bridge for 39,4 billion rubles.

Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trunev, during a visit to Yakutia, questioned the transparency of this tender and initiated an inspection.

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