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In the Ministry of Regional Development of Russia presented a report on the organization of the northern delivery
The Ministry of Regional Development presented a report on the organization of delivery and transportation of products to the Far North and equated areas, the press service of the ministry said.
In accordance with the instructions of the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, D.N. Kozak from 9 May 2014, the function to review the issues of the organization of northern deliveries is entrusted to the Interagency Working Group on coordination of activities to monitor the implementation of the Strategy for the Development of the Arctic Zone of the Russian Federation and ensure national security for the period to 2020. The working group is headed by the Minister of Regional Development Igor Slyunyaev. This decision was made after the failure of the northern delivery to a number of districts of Yakutia due to the shallowing of rivers in 2013.
In accordance with the decree of the Government of 23 May 2000 No. 402 in the list of regions of the Far North and equated localities with limited terms of delivery of goods included 25 of the subjects of the Russian Federation.
The delivery is made by air, road, river and sea transport, including using the Northern Sea Route. Transportation by river and sea transport, which at a cost price is cheaper than an automobile, is carried out only in navigation, which lasts about five months.
In accordance with the Federal Law of October 6, 2003 No. 131-FZ "On General Principles of Organization of Local Self-Government in the Russian Federation" in order to organize the northern delivery, the executive authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation determine suppliers (contractors, performers) for customers located in the territories of the relevant subjects of the Russian Federation, in accordance with the legislation on the contractual system in the field of procurement of goods, works, services to meet state and municipal needs.
The list can include fuel and energy resources, food products and production and technical products, as well as services related to their supply.
Purchases of other goods and services needed to support vital activities in the Far North, but not included in the list, are carried out by local governments of the specified municipalities.
In accordance with the Budget Code up to 1 in January 2015, budget loans to legal entities for the purpose of purchasing and delivering fuel can be provided at the expense of the budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation in which territories of the Far North are located and similar areas.
The Ministry of Regional Development of Russia supported the initiative of the State Duma of the Russian Federation on the prolongation of the said norm until January 1 2021.
At the federal level, state support tools are also provided, in particular, within the framework of the Federal Target Program “Development of the Transport System of Russia (2010-2020 years)”, the construction of vessels for survey and survey work to ensure the northern delivery is envisaged; construction of dredgers; complex reconstruction of hydraulic structures and inland waterways of Siberia and the Far East.
The list of products subject to centralized delivery is determined by the decision of the subject of the Russian Federation. As a rule, fuel and lubricants are included in this list.
In three regions of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the Murmansk Region and the Chukotka Autonomous Region include food products in the list.
In accordance with the decision of the Interdepartmental Working Group on coordination of activities to monitor the implementation of the Strategy for the development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation and ensure national security for the period up to 2020, a decision was taken to form a subgroup on "northern deliveries" issues within the Interdepartmental Working Group.
The issue of the northern delivery will be included in the agenda of the next meeting of the Interdepartmental Working Group, which is scheduled for September this year.