Russia: 772 million rubles were transferred to farmers of the Kaliningrad region

Published May 21, 2024

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The article outlines the significant funding allocated to the agricultural sector in the Northwestern Federal District of Russia, drawing on both federal and regional budgets. The federal budget has allocated 7,468.61 million rubles, with the Kaliningrad region receiving a notable share of 1,527.37 million rubles. Regionally, an additional 1,730.35 million rubles has been allocated for agricultural support, with the Leningrad region set to receive the largest share. The article highlights that over 125 million rubles has been allocated to agricultural producers in the region, with the Kaliningrad region receiving a significant portion of this regional funding.
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More than 125 million rubles were allocated from the regional budget to agricultural producers. According to the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia as of May 16, this year the federal budget allocates 7,468.61 million rubles for the development of the agro-industrial complex of the Northwestern Federal District. The most federal funds for these purposes in the district were allocated for the Kaliningrad region (1,527.37 million rubles), the least for St. Petersburg (27.25 million rubles). Of the allocated federal budget funds, subsidy recipients in the district received 3,334.23 million rubles. In terms of the volume of federal funds transferred to farmers in the district, the Kaliningrad region is in the lead (RUB 771.68 million), with the Nenets Autonomous District in last place (RUB 22.33 million). In the budgets of the regions of the Northwestern Federal District, 1,730.35 million rubles are provided for co-financing to support agriculture this year. It is planned to allocate ...
Source: Specagro
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