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93 billion rubles will be allocated for the development of airports in the Far East
The authorities plan to allocate 93,04 billion rubles from the federal budget to implement measures for the development of airports in the Far East. This was announced at a meeting in the Federation Council by the first deputy chairman of the Federation Council committee on federal structure, regional policy, local self-government and affairs of the North Andrey Shevchenko.
Over the 2019-2024 year, as part of the state program "Development of the transport system" as part of a comprehensive plan for modernization and expansion of the main infrastructure, reconstruction of 40 airports located in the Far Eastern Federal District is planned. It is for these purposes that they will direct financing.
This year, the federal budget was sent to the reconstruction and construction of airfield complexes in the Far East from the federal budget 10,68 billion. They planned to pay special attention to the reconstruction of airfield complexes, including runways at the airports of Khabarovsk and Bomnak in the Amur Region.