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In Chukotka adopted a socially-oriented budget for 3 year

In Chukotka adopted a socially-oriented budget for 3 year
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Deputies of the Chukotka District Duma adopted the region’s budget for the next three years. He will maintain a social orientation. All payments to citizens who are subject to indexation will increase by 3%.

According to the regional government, in 2020 the district’s revenues are projected at 40,9 billion rubles, and expenses - 40,3 billion rubles. In the next two years, revenues will amount to 38,9 billion rubles in 2021 year and 35,2 billion rubles in 2022 year, and expenses 37 and 33,4 billion rubles, respectively.

For all three years, the budget will not change its social orientation. So next year, it is planned to increase the wage funds for state employees by an average of 7%. For these purposes, 665 million rubles is provided. This will allow to maintain the achieved ratio of wages of public sector employees to the average wage in the district.

The main financial document includes financing of investment projects. Among them are the construction of the Kolyma-Omsukchan-Omolon-Anadyr highway, the construction of an energy source in the city of Bilibino and the facility “220 kV Omsukchan-PP-Peschanka”.

In 2020, the regional budget is planned to be implemented with a surplus of 625 million rubles and 1,9 billion rubles in 2021 and 2022. The funds will be used to pay off federal loan debt. In two years, the debt reduction is expected to decrease the debt burden from 81,6 to 43,9%.