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Growth centers in the Far Eastern Federal District will receive an additional 1 billion rubles for development

Growth centers in the Far Eastern Federal District will receive an additional 1 billion rubles for development
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The Russian government plans to allocate additional funds from the federal budget to finance the development of growth centers in the Far Eastern Federal District. A discussion of this issue will take place at the next meeting of September 27. Three regions of the Far East should receive a total of more than one billion rubles.

As reported RIA News, money is allocated for 2019-2020 years. Buryatia is to receive an additional 680 million rubles, due to which overhaul of nine schools, a college, a technical school, a school stadium and three culture houses will be carried out, a children's air town will be equipped, and a nuclear medicine center will be created.

Amur Region added 340 million rubles, the anesthesiology department of the regional clinical hospital will be reconstructed here and medical equipment will be purchased for it. Zabaykalsky Krai will receive 30 million rubles for the organization of water supply in two villages and the construction of a library.

In total, 95 billion rubles will be allocated for the development of growth centers in the Far East, which will be used primarily for the construction and repair of social infrastructure.