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The authorities will allocate more than 23 billion rubles to support transport in Russia

The authorities will allocate more than 23 billion rubles to support transport in Russia
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More than 23 billion rubles will be allocated by the Russian government as emergency assistance to the transport sector of the economy. The funds will be directed, including to support airlines that suffer huge losses due to the coronavirus pandemic. This was announced today at a meeting by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

They plan to provide assistance to airport complexes, which also have difficulties in connection with the fall in passenger traffic. According to the Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation, Yevgeny Dietrich, 10,1 billion rubles have already been planned for this before July. The funds will go to pay employees, rent.

In the future, about 30 billion rubles may be additionally required from the budget to support airlines and airports. The issue of their allocation will be considered in May-June, taking into account the possibilities of the federal treasury.

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