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Financing of FTP for development of Kurils up to 2025g will be increased - EastRussia | Far East

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Financing of the Federal Targeted Program for the Development of the Kuriles to 2025 will be increased

The government of the Russian Federation made changes to the Federal Target Program “Social and economic development of the Kuril Islands (Sakhalin Region) for 2016-2025 years,” the website of the Cabinet of Ministers reports.

"The changes made to the program will allow the modernization of the engineering, transport and social infrastructure of the Kuril Islands, will contribute to the development of priority economic sectors for this region and improve the quality of life of the population," the report said. The changes were made “in terms of adjusting indicators, volumes of financing, expanding the list of planned facilities, the timing of their construction and commissioning”. It also provides for an increase in funding for the creation of the transport, tourism and engineering infrastructure from extrabudgetary sources by 11,1 billion rubles. The government decree provides for the commissioning of buildings of the emergency rescue center for monitoring and forecasting emergencies in the Kuril Islands.

Reportedly, as part of the development of the medical care system, clarifications were made regarding the construction of the central regional hospital in the city of Severo-Kurilsk (Paramushir), the reconstruction of the central regional hospital in the urban-type settlement of Yuzhno-Kurilsk (Kunashir), and the creation of a general practitioner site in the village of Malokurilsky (Shikotan) and the first-aid station in the village of Dubovoy (Kunashir).