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Trans-Baikal will receive 3,4 billion rubles for the development of economic growth centers - EastRussia | Far East






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Transbaikalia will receive 3,4 billion rubles for the development of centers of economic growth

Transbaikalia will receive 3,4 billion rubles for the development of centers of economic growth

In 2019, the Trans-Baikal Territory will receive 3,4 a billion rubles from the federal budget for the implementation of a plan for the social development of economic growth centers. This was announced at a meeting by the plenipotentiary representative of the President of the Russian Federation Yuri Trutnev.

These funds are part of the "Single Subsidy" in the amount of 9,4 billion rubles provided through the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development. Federal assistance will be divided into three years - so, in 2020, Transbaikalia will receive 3 billion rubles, and in 2021 - 2,9 billion rubles, which will be spent on the 71 event. Yury Trutnev noted that all funds will be directed primarily to improving the lives of people, in particular, to improving the quality of medical services, creating more comfortable conditions for learning, leisure, sports and home improvement. Also, federal funds will be invested in infrastructure projects.

In particular, contracts for the purchase of 30 office apartments for medical staff have already been signed for funds received in Transbaikalia, and by the end of the year 75 families of medical workers will receive new housing. Also, special equipment for 18 medical institutions of the region has been purchased, cultural and leisure facilities will be built, 4 short-stay groups for children with disabilities will be opened, 42 new buses for the regional capital will be acquired, and much more.

In turn, the regional leadership intends to strictly control the quality of execution of orders. “If we see that an unscrupulous contractor does not adhere to the schedule, we will immediately terminate the contract in order to minimize the consequences,” said the head of Transbaikalia, Alexander Osipov.