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The Far East will receive annually from 30 billion from the federal budget
The Russian government plans to allocate up to 2024 a year for the development of the Far East at 30 billion rubles a year. According to Deputy Prime Minister - the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev, this estimated amount does not include Transsib and the expansion of the Far Eastern Federal University.
The decision on the allocation of funding officials took on the outcome of the meeting of the head of state with members of the government on additional measures of an economic and social nature for the development of the Far East. According to the press service of the Minsk region, they include, among other things, preferential rates for mortgages for families with children (2% per annum), an increase in lifting for moving to Far Eastern enterprises - up to one million rubles, and the expansion of FEFU.
As explained by the Deputy Prime Minister, the government faces the task - to reach the level of life in the Far East by 2024 in all indices above the average Russian level. According to him, the main issue is still not resolved - outflow of population. To stop it, you need to take additional measures.