Russia: Government allocated 410 mln RUR to support plant growing and livestock of the Crimea
On June 5, the Government of Russia approved allocation of the subsidies provided in 2014 from the federal budget to the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol to co-finance the expenditure obligations related to the support of economically important regional programs on development of plant growing and livestock sectors of the agriculture.
According to the decision, in the current year the Government will allocate 409.8 mln RUR from the federal budget for these purposes.
In particular, co-financing of the plant growing sector of the region will cover 339.93 mln RUR, including 310.86 mln RUR to the budget of the Crimea, and 29.07 mln RUR - Sevastopol.
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