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Trutnev: five-star Hyatt hotels in Vladivostok not completed due to inefficient use of budgetary funds

Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Government - Plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev believes that budget funds for the construction of five-star Hyatt hotels in Vladivostok were spent inefficiently, and for this reason, the hotel complexes in Vladivostok were not completed.

As previously reported, initially two five-star Hyatt hotels were supposed to be built for the APEC summit in Vladivostok - by September 2012. Hotels still not built.

The Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation previously reported that the cost of two hotels amounted to 7,3 billion rubles. In March 2013, deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Primorsky Territory approved the issuance of state guarantees in the amount of 1 billion rubles to OJSC "Our House - Primorye" for the completion of these hotels. In September 2013, the story with the approval of state guarantees was repeated, but the amount was already 1,4 billion rubles.

In March of this year, the governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, said that the task had been set to complete the construction of a hotel on Korabelnaya Embankment before the end of this year. Funds for finishing the second 5-star hotel Hyatt at Cape Burne are not in the budget, so the authorities are looking for a buyer for the hotel in its current state.

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