The Ryazan region will receive almost 63 million rubles for the development of rural areas

The Ryazan region will additionally receive almost 63 million rubles for the development of rural areas. This was announced by the chairman of the committee on budget and taxes of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, deputy from the Ryazan region Andrey Makarov.

This decision was made on July 28 by the Commission of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation for the redistribution of budgetary appropriations. Funds in the amount of 62,999.9 thousand rubles were allocated from the reserve fund of the Government of the Russian Federation. In 2022, in the form of subsidies, they are aimed at the integrated development of rural areas of the Ryazan region.

The funds will go to several socially significant projects in the Alexander Nevsky district. It is planned to build a club with an auditorium for 150 seats in the village of Borisovka. There will also be a sports ground near the school. Similar facilities will open in the villages of Zimarovo and Lenino. In the village of Lenino, a kindergarten will also be overhauled. In addition, it is planned to create a water supply system in the village of Fedtsovka.

As Andrei Makarov noted, when working out the budget, the most serious attention is paid to financial support for the integrated development of rural areas.

“For the first time, the program was reflected in the 2020-2022 budget as an independent document. A very important issue is support. For the Ryazan region, this is one of the key topics. This program is of particular importance, both in terms of financial content and a real improvement in the quality of life in the countryside,” Andrey Makarov said.

Commenting on the message about the redistribution of budget allocations, the Acting Governor of the Ryazan Region Pavel Malkov stressed that the development of rural areas remains a priority.

“The decision will make it possible to seriously improve the infrastructure in several settlements of the Aleksandro-Nevsky district. People who work in the countryside should live in modern comfortable conditions,” said Pavel Malkov.