The government determined who in Transcarpathia will be spending 31 million

7 August 2013 10:07  7042696 043412
The government determined who in Transcarpathia will be spending 31 million

The regional administration has identified the administrators of the funds allocated to the region from ​​the State Fund for Regional Development. This is the sum of 30,777,000 UAH. Thus, the bulk of the money - 19,400,000 - will be spent by the Capital Construction Department of the Regional State Administration. Of this amount, more than 4 million will be spent for the construction of the TB hospital in Nyzhnya Apsha, 2,400,000 - for the regional neurosurgery, 2,877,000 - for the school in the village of Vyshka in Velyky Berezny district, ​3,256,000 - for the Neresnytsya school in Tyachiv district, 3,200,000 - for the construction of obstetric and gynecologic ward at Rakhiv District Hospital and 3,549,000 - for the school number 2 in Mizhhirya. Tyachiv municipality will receive 3,473,000 UAH to build a sports complex on Wajda street. Vynogradiv district state administration will receive 2,876,000 for the construction of a kindergarten in the village of Borzhavske. 1,800,000 will be spent by Mizhhirya DSA for the construction of kindergarten in the village of Zaperedillia. 3,227,000 have been allocated for the construction of the school in the village of Chervone in Uzhgorod district. The works were ordered by the district administration.

The regional authorities instructed procuring entities to open accounts in the State Treasury and to conduct tenders. Also, procuring entities must report to the Department of Economics and the Department of Finance of the RSA on the progress of works and disbursements.

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