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Vladimir Putin examined the site of the federal highway "Amur"

During his visit to the Far East, Vladimir Putin inspected a section of the Amur federal highway near the city of Uglegorsk in the Amur Region, which connects Chita and Khabarovsk and, at the same time, the Far Eastern regions with the rest of the country. This was reported by the Kremlin press service.

Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov and Minister of Communications and Mass Media Nikolai Nikiforov told the head of state about the work of the highway and roadside infrastructure. The head of the Ministry of Transport promised that by October the road will be "brought into a standard state for almost the entire length of 2000 kilometers." “By the end of the road, 114 recreation sites and 260 roadside service facilities were organized: gas stations, cafes,” he added.

For his part, Nikolai Nikiforov reported that along the road 102 communication stations had been built. He explained that they were built by telecom operators, and the state provided additional subsidies for energy supply and access roads. According to him, now "the track is one of the exemplary in terms of providing communication services."

The governor of the Amur region Oleg Kozhemyako informed the president about the establishment of medical points for the provision of medical assistance during an accident during the route. "In total, 1012 centers have been created for Xurix (12 kilometers): these are three third-level centers, seven second-level centers, where medium-scale operations are already under way, where more sophisticated equipment is already installed, and two first-level centers in Blagoveshchensk for children and for adults, "he said.

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