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Yakutia to receive more than 1.7 billion rubles for social infrastructure

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The allocation of 54 billion rubles for the development of social infrastructure within three years to the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District will allow the implementation of 191 projects


This was reported by the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East.

On Monday, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order to allocate almost 54 billion rubles over three years for the social development of the Far East, with 21 billion rubles to be received in the budgets of nine regions this year.

"In total, within the framework of the plans for social development of the centers for economic growth of the regions of the Far East, 195 events will be implemented with a volume of financing from the federal budget of 55.8 billion rubles. The financing of 191 events - 53.7 billion rubles - will be provided in accordance with the decree of the Government of the Russian Federation. <...> It is planned to implement a kind of unique event - the manufacture of mobile nomadic homes for the indigenous inhabitants of Chukotka," TASS was informed in the ministry.

More than 1.748 billion rubles will be provided from the federal budget for the implementation of seven projects of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). The funds will be allocated for the overhaul of the children's polyclinic in the city of Neryungri. Three objects are recognized as priority in the sphere of education: a school for 275 people in Yakutsk, a Tompo regional comprehensive gymnasium for 220 people in Khandyga settlement, and a modernization of the material and technical base for 6 institutions on the territory of the republic. There is money for a multifunctional sports hall in the city of Srednekolymsk. In the housing sector, reconstruction of the water and sewage facilities in the city of Neryungri is planned.

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