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The budget of Primorye received about 850 million federal subventions

Today, the deputies of the Primorsky Krai Legislative Assembly approved amendments to the Primorye budget for the period of 2015 and the planning period of 2016 and 2017

The first vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory Vasily Usoltsev said at the meeting that since the beginning of the year the region's revenues have been increased by 852 million rubles. Mainly due to federal funds sent as subventions.

68 million rubles will be used to finance measures for the temporary arrangement of persons forced to leave the territory of Ukraine and are in temporary accommodation; 279 million rubles - to provide certain categories of citizens with state social assistance for the provision of medicines, as well as specialized health food products for disabled children; 504 million rubles - subsidies for monthly cash payments in case of the birth of a third child or subsequent children; 2,6 million rubles will be used as subsidies to pay cash incentives to the best teachers; 1,6 million - for the payment of scholarships of the President and the Government of the Russian Federation to students.

Also, one of the amendments proposed to redistribute 1,4 billion rubles and change the method of securing a bank guarantee on a loan from the Bank of Moscow. According to Vice Governor Oleg Yezhov, these funds have already been budgeted as a bank guarantee. Under the guarantee in November 2013, a loan was issued for the completion of a five-star hotel, the maintenance of which requires payment of interest. 

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