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Socio-economic projects of the Amur region were supported by the Federation Council

Socio-economic projects of the Amur region were supported by the Federation Council

Socio-economic projects of the Amur Region were supported by the Federation Council. Today within the framework of the "Hour of the subject of the Russian Federation" the head of the region Vasily Orlov made a speech.

As the IA "Regnum", in his report, the governor spoke about the region's achievements, prospects and problems in the region. The chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko said that the region will receive comprehensive support. She highly appreciated the activities of the leadership of the Amur Region in the financial sector, but called for reducing the region's debt.

According to Orlov, the Amur Region can show intensive growth through the implementation of new investment projects. As noted in the press service of the regional government, he also pointed out a number of problematic issues that cannot be resolved without federal support. So, this is the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing in the BAM zone. In addition, the problem is the lack of personnel and the poor condition of health care institutions. The governor also pointed out that the regional roads of the Amur Region were not included in the national project and did not receive funding, and also voiced the problems of nature management and bank protection.

The Federation Council began on this Days of the Amur Region... Ways of development of the region and successful investment projects, as well as problematic aspects of the region are discussed in specialized committees, and then at a plenary meeting of the Federation Council.

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