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Comprehensive development plan for the city of Svobodny in the Amur region approved by the Russian government - EastRussia | Far East

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Comprehensive development plan for the city of Svobodny in the Amur region was approved by the government of the Russian Federation

The Government of the Russian Federation approved a plan for the complex socio-economic development of the monotown Free in the Amur Region for 2017-2025 years, the total cost of implementing the plan will amount to 48,831 billion rubles, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said. Financing from the federal budget will be 28 billion rubles, of the regional budget - 3,3 billion rubles, of non-budget sources - 17,5 billion rubles. The main expenses, according to the plan, will go to the infrastructure of the city (about 19,7 billion rubles.) And TOR "Free" (more than 29,1 billion rubles.).

“The implementation of the plan for the integrated development of the Free is a priority task of national importance. This is a "growth point" not only for the Amur Region, but also for the entire Far East. The largest by world standards project of Gazprom to create a gas processing plant will be implemented here, a gas chemical complex will appear, ”comments the head of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development Alexander Galushka.

The integrated social and economic development plan of the Free (the population of 54,2 thousand people) up to 2025 of the year includes 47 measures developed by PJSC Gazprom, the Ministry of East Development and the Amur Region Government. Among them is the development of a gasification and gas supply scheme for the city, reconstruction of heat supply networks and water supply networks, bringing roads and streets to a standard condition, and projects in the social sphere. One of the main objectives of the plan is to increase the population of the city by 2025 year to 64,4 thousand.