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Order of March 23, 2021 No. 718-r

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Order of March 23, 2021 No. 718-r

Certain regions of the Siberian Federal District (SFD) will receive more than 1.3 billion rubles for solving the most pressing problems. The order was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

Additional funding was allocated following the results of Mikhail Mishustin’s working trip to the Siberian Federal District from 2 to 6 March. During his business trip, the Prime Minister visited Altai region, Altai Republic, Republic of Tuva, Novosibirsk and Kemerovo region.

Almost 203 million rubles of this amount will be used to pay off wage arrears to the workers of the Aleksievskaya mine in Kuzbass. “People should receive these funds as soon as possible. It is important to strictly control so that such cases do not recur in the future, ”Mikhail Mishustin emphasized earlier.

More than 254 million rubles will go to the construction of water supply and treatment facilities near Lake Teletskoye in the Altai Republic. The creation of such an infrastructure will allow preserving the ecosystem of a unique reservoir.

Tuva will receive 297 million rubles to complete the construction of a school and two kindergartens in Kyzyl. In addition, more than 352 million rubles will go to pay off the debt of the republican hospital for the supplied equipment and the purchase of a new one to equip the therapeutic building.

Finally, 200 million rubles will be allocated for research in the field of cancer treatment (boron neutron capture therapy). This issue was discussed during meetings of Mikhail Mishustin with scientists at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in Novosibirsk.

The additional funds will help the regions complete important infrastructure projects, support local residents and increase the availability of medical and educational services.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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