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EastRussia Bulletin: DFO regions will receive money for TOR, health care and rural areas
Last week it became known about the intention to send federal budgetary funds for the development of the South Yakutia Torus, support for the agricultural sector of Transbaikalia, support for the health sector of the Khabarovsk Territory, as well as improving the living standards of rural areas in the Amur Region, the next issue of the EastRussia bulletin says.
This year, the order of 6,7 billion rubles from the federal budget is expected to be directed to the development of the energy and transport infrastructure of the South Yakutia Tor. The money will be sent within the framework of the state program "Socio-economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region." With the funds allocated it is planned to carry out technological connection to the electric networks of FGC UES and build access railway tracks with the station to the Mining Complex Inaglinsky. In addition, this year Yakutia will receive from the federal budget subventions in the amount of 873,6 million rubles to fight forest fires.
In Transbaikalia, measures are being taken to develop the agricultural sector in the region, which is recognized as one of the priorities for the regional economy. For the region, increased federal funding for the commissioning of unused agricultural land. This year, the region will receive 61 million rubles for this purpose.
Khabarovsk Territory will be allocated 48 million rubles from the federal budget for the implementation of the Zemsky Doctor program. The money will be sent to the financial support of physicians working in remote villages and small towns. And the Amur region will provide a subsidy from the federal budget to improve the living conditions of young families and young professionals in villages. In total, it is planned to send 12,6 million rubles for these purposes, eight million rubles of which will be federal subsidy funds.
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