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Putin instructed Medvedev to make his proposals on the Lena Bridge
Vladimir Putin instructed Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to make proposals for a project to build a bridge across the Lena. The day before, the president approved the transition project.
“Vladimir Vladimirovich noted that the situation was ripe for implementation, and gave instructions to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, who, incidentally, always supported us in this matter, to make his proposals for the implementation of the project,” he said on his page in Instagram the head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev.
He said that there are three types of parties that can finance this project: federal and regional capital grants, as well as the investments of a public partner, who will be selected according to the results of the competition. According to Aisen Nikolaev, whose words he cites RIA NewsThe largest Russian state corporations, financial institutions and foreign companies are ready to provide design and technological solutions for the construction of the bridge. According to preliminary data, about 83 billion rubles will be needed to implement the project. It is planned that the construction will be completed by the end of the 2025 year.
At the beginning of the year, Aisen Nikolayev stated that the construction of a bridge is economically feasible will pay off in the medium term . The transition will allow connecting the western and eastern parts of Russia from the Sea of Okhotsk to the Irkutsk region. During a direct line of Russia, Vladimir Putin said that the payback of the bridge across the Lena so far not visibleHowever, he noted that sooner or later the construction of the bridge will be resolved, since it is needed for the development of the city. The day before he approved the design of the bridge.