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Magadan region owes more than 20 billion rubles and thinks about new loans

Magadan region owes more than 20 billion rubles and thinks about new loans
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The governor of the Magadan region, Sergey Nosov, stated that if the amount of federal allocations for the needs of the region is not increased, there will be a need for additional loans. About it сообщает IA Regnum.

“We are now actively engaged in increasing the level of subsidies to a level not less than in 2018 year. Otherwise, the level of accounts payable may increase to 9,3 billion rubles. At the same time, the shortage of financial resources will affect the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Public Utilities and the Ministry of Health, which is unacceptable in the context of the implementation of national projects, ”said the head of the region during his speech with a report on 2018 a year before the deputies of the Magadan Regional Duma

According to him, the total amount of Kolyma debt by now is 20,8 billion rubles. “The growth of public debt leads to the fact that part of the budget - from 900 million to 1 billion rubles of public debt service costs - goes to goals not related to the socio-economic goals of the budget,” said Sergey Nosov, summing up that without increasing federal subsidies, the region will be able to fulfill the tasks set by the national projects in the areas of housing construction, healthcare, etc.