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Trutnev criticized road repair in Vladivostok
Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, during his trip to Primorye, criticized the authorities of Vladivostok for the repair of city roads. He said that federal money was allocated not for patching, but for the expansion of existing routes and proper traffic management.
As reported RIA News, the envoy remained dissatisfied with the speed of work: at some facilities they were performed at 70%, at others - only at 20%. Yuri Trutnev did not accept the argument of Mayor Oleg Gumeniuk that repair was prevented by record rainy August and was surprised that it rained over some roads and not over others.
The plenipotentiary added that the city should do the current types of repair work for its money, and federal money should be spent on more global goals - the expansion of roads and streets. He reminded the head of the city that funding from the treasury was allocated under his responsibility.