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All construction projects of regional significance of the Amur Region will be transferred to the department of the unified customer service.

All construction projects in which funds of budgets of different levels are invested will be transferred to the jurisdiction of the Unified Customer Service. Its functions will be performed by GKU "Stroitel". the press service of the government The Amur Region. This was announced by. Governor Alexander Kozlov.

This service will work with local offices in the field. "The Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Sport were not builders, but were forced to deal with issues of the building block. Now these responsibilities will be transferred from them to the “Builder” State Educational Institution, which will professionally deal with capital construction issues: they have experience and practice for this."- said Kozlov.

Already this summer, the authority to control and efficiently use funds allocated for capital construction will be transferred to the Stroitel state institution.

Also, the head of the region instructed the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the region to submit a register of all construction projects in the region by the end of April. Currently, not all municipalities have announced the presence of important capital construction projects on their territory - for inclusion in the regional list.

The construction sites entered in the register will be divided into three groups: objects of the first degree of importance and priority completion, completion of the second stage, and so-called “problem” objects, the construction of which may be postponed until consideration next year.

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