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Far Eastern regions have allocated almost 46 million rubles to buy fuel for farmers
The Russian government has allocated from the reserve fund almost 46 million rubles to eight Far Eastern regions to purchase not less than 90 thousand tons of diesel fuel for agrotechnological work. The corresponding order due to the increase in fuel prices was signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
The Amur region will receive more than 22,3 million rubles, the Jewish Autonomous Region - 705,6 thousand rubles. Kamchatka region will be provided with 1,5 million rubles, Magadan region - 613 thousand rubles, Primorye - more than 13 million rubles, Yakutia - more than three million rubles. As the press service of the Minsk region informs, the Khabarovsk Territory will be allocated almost 2,6 million rubles, and the Sakhalin region - more than 1,8 million rubles.
Dmitry Medvedev instructed the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia and the Ministry of Finance to transfer the money as soon as possible, as the harvesting campaign has already begun in the regions. Financing is provided in the framework of the state program for the development of agriculture and regulation of markets for agricultural products, raw materials and foodstuffs for 2013-2020 years.