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The State Duma adopted the federal budget for 2020 year

The State Duma adopted the federal budget for 2020 year
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Deputies of the State Duma approved the federal budget for the 2020 year and the planning period of 2021-2022. 35% of all expenses - 6 trillion 873,9 billion rubles will go to the social sphere - education, medicine, social protection of citizens and more. The regions will receive great support, and not only through direct financing. They will be able to defer payments on budget loans and channel funds to implement investment projects.

The main parameters of the main financial document of the country are published on the official website of the State Duma. Revenues in 2020 will amount to 20,38 trillion rubles, and each year will increase by one trillion rubles. Costs are at the level of 19,5 trillion rubles and will also grow. Next year, the budget surplus will amount to 876 billion rubles, and by 2022, it will drop to 295 billion rubles.

996 billion rubles will be allocated for healthcare next year, and 887,5 billion rubles for education. Among the costs for these areas are the creation and equipping of fitness centers in the regions, support for the publication of printed materials for the visually impaired. The authorities intend to significantly expand the list of rare diseases for which expensive drugs are paid.

The regions will receive significant financial support and the opportunity to receive a deferment in the payment of budget loans. They will have to give annually only 5% of the total debt, and invest the rest in infrastructure development, road construction, gas, water, electricity supply to enterprises under construction at the expense of private investors. Thus, the amount of money released should amount to 440 billion rubles.

76,7 billion rubles will be allocated to finance sectoral state programs in rural areas of their budget. They plan to increase this amount in the event of a rise in the country's oil and gas revenues.