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The amount of funds to be distributed in the region -300 billion rubles - Trutnev

The Far East should receive not even equal, but more money, because the infrastructure is much smaller, because it is a priority area, said Deputy Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yury Trutnev.

Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev said that the region does not receive federal funds, and that the amount of subsidies should reach 300 billion rubles. "We analyzed the work of all ministries for the development of the Far East, analyzed how federal target programs work. And we got quite interesting results - in a number of areas, the Far East reaches somewhere in 11, somewhere in 14, somewhere in 3 times less money than to other territories of the country. It depends on the network, on some internal methods. But something else is important. It does not depend on what, but how it is right and how fair, "Trutnev said on the air of Primorsky radio "Vladivostok FM".

According to him, the Far East should receive "not even an equal, but a greater amount of funds, because there is much less infrastructure here, because this is a territory that is defined as a priority in the message of the President of the Russian Federation."

"Now the task is to single out a separate section on the Far East in all federal targeted programs, this is work for all ministries. This must be done in industry, housing and communal services, sports, health care. That is, in all areas. And the amount of funds that should be distributed on the territory of the region - not small. 300 billion rubles. This work will not be carried out in the next month or two, but in the near future we will check that this work is completed, "- said Trutnev.

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