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The regions of the FEFD will receive federal subsidies for the development of the agro-industrial complex for 1,3 billion rubles. - EastRussia | Far East

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Regions of the Far Eastern Federal District will receive federal subsidies for 1,3 billion rubles for the development of the agro-industrial complex.

The Government of the Russian Federation will allocate 1,3 billion rubles to the regions of the Far East. on the development of the agro-industrial complex, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development said on Thursday with reference to the order of the head of the Cabinet of Ministers Dmitry Medvedev.

As specified, the Amur region allocated 203,4 million rubles., Sakhalin - more than 131 million rubles. to co-finance the construction and modernization of agricultural facilities, as well as to purchase machinery and equipment. Still almost 1 billion rubles. is allocated as co-financing of obligations to recover part of the interest rate on investment loans (loans) in the AIC. Primorye will receive 640,8 million rubles, Priamurie - 262,2 million rubles, Kamchatka - 30,6 million rubles, Yakutia - 17,8 million rubles, Khabarovsk Territory - 14 million rubles, Jewish Autonomous Region - 7,8 million rubles, Sakhalin - 5,4 million rubles ., Magadan - almost 2 million rubles.

The agribusiness is a priority in the development of the economy of the Far East, in order to realize the export potential of the industry in the Far Eastern Federal District, it is necessary to increase production volumes: only by developing about 600 thousand hectares of unused arable land production of agricultural products can be increased by one third, the report says.