Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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Far East agriculture will be subsidized for 800 million rubles

In accordance with draft orders Government of the Russian Federation on the allocation of subsidies between the regions for 2015 year, the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia will send federal budget funds to regions to refund a part of interest rates on investment loans (loans) for the development of crop production and livestock, processing and development of infrastructure and logistics support for crop and livestock production markets.

In general, according to EastRussia, about 800 million rubles will be allocated to subsidize agriculture in the Far East, of which 147 thousand rubles will go to subsidize crop production, 185,7 thousand rubles for livestock.

In Primorsky Krai - 28 824,4 thousand rubles for crop production and 541 627,9 thousand rubles for animal husbandry.

In Khabarovsk Territory - 4 734,1 thousand rubles for crop production and 43 221,4 thousand rubles for animal husbandry.

To the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) - 1 316,9 thousand rubles for crop production and 20 208,4 thousand rubles for animal husbandry.

In Kamchatka Krai - 889,3 thousand rubles for crop production and 17 527 thousand rubles for animal husbandry.

In the Sakhalin region - 9 636,6 thousand rubles for crop production and 508,2 thousand rubles for livestock.

In the Magadan region - 923,2 thousand rubles for crop production and 2 038,5 thousand rubles for livestock.

In the Amur region - 99 377,5 thousand rubles for crop production and 25 011,8 thousand rubles for livestock.

In the Jewish Autonomous Region - 1 483,7 thousand rubles for crop production and 1 752,3 thousand rubles for livestock.

To subsidize the agriculture of the Baikal region will be directed 185 million rubles, of which 38 144,7 thousand rubles will go to subsidize crop production and 146 032,2 thousand rubles to subsidize livestock. In the Irkutsk region - 24 519,5 thousand rubles for crop production and 61 234,2 thousand rubles for livestock. In the Republic of Buryatia - 11 008,6 thousand rubles for crop production and 78 785tys. Rubles for animal husbandry. In the Trans-Baikal Territory - 2 616,6 thousand rubles for crop production and 6 013tys. Rubles for animal husbandry.

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