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Trutnev promised to help complete the regional hospital in Kamchatka

Trutnev promised to help complete the regional hospital in Kamchatka
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Yuri Trutnev, Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, promised assistance in completing the construction of a regional hospital in Kamchatka. He discussed this issue as part of a working meeting on the peninsula with the Acting Governor of the Territory Vladimir Solodov.

According to the press service of the regional government, another 3,6 billion rubles is needed to complete the regional hospital. A part of the money will be allocated from the peninsula’s budget, and next year the region will receive financing under the “Single subsidy” program.

As explained by Yuri Trutnev, at the beginning of construction a violation of the law on public procurement was recorded - they were going to choose a contractor by decision of local authorities. The object had to be “frozen." By the end of the year, construction should be secured by financing and tender procedures should begin.

Vladimir Solodov noted that the hospital project has existed for ten years. An inventory has now been taken and a hospital construction directorate has been created.

According to plans, the regional hospital in the Kamchatka Territory should have begun to be built back in 2009. The builders began real work in five years. Contractors were replaced several times. In 2018, 4,2 billion rubles were allocated from the federal budget for the construction. They could not use the money, and financing was suspended.

Earlier it was reported that the construction of a regional hospital in the Kamchatka Territory will be renewed this year. In total, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, another 5,1 billion rubles need to be found to complete the project.

Back in 2014, the authorities of Kamchatka tried to include the regional hospital in the federal program Ministry of Health. Then, from 2016, they tried to include the object in the program “Economic and Social Development of the Far East and Transbaikalia”. Then the authorities signed an agreement with Korean investorsbut at the first stage the construction went on its own funds.

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