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Tear deadlines for the execution of national projects of officials will be punished in Transbaikalia - EastRussia | Far East






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Breaking deadlines for the execution of national projects will be punished by officials in Transbaikalia

Breaking deadlines for the execution of national projects will be punished by officials in Transbaikalia
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Acting Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory Alexander Osipov threatened the heads of ministries and specialized agencies with disciplinary actions for disrupting the execution of national projects. This is reported on the website of the regional government.

“Unfortunately, the summer in our region is short, and the dynamics of work is unsatisfactory. Disrupting the construction of facilities is not allowed to anyone, ”said Alexander Osipov at the operational meeting, adding that in Transbaikalia the execution of national projects amounts to 11,7 percent, while the average level among the subjects of the Russian Federation is at 30-40 percent. At the end of his speech, the acting head of the region instructed the deputy chairman of the government of the Trans-Baikal Territory on social issues, Aagme Vanchikova, to apply disciplinary sanctions against those who delay the progress of work on national projects.

According to Alexander Osipov, at the moment there are no obstacles in the region for the implementation of the full range of works envisaged by the projects before the 2020-2021 "We need to organize this work now, especially since there are no obstacles to this - funding for 2020 is provided for in the budget," the official said, instructing the heads of relevant departments to begin preparing procurement procedures for the facilities planned for construction for the next two years.