Google+
Рейтинг@Mail.ru
Pravda.ru

News » Russia

Russia to help Crimea with $3 billion annually

17.03.2014 | Source:

Pravda.Ru

 

 

Russia to help Crimea with $3 billion annually. 52397.jpeg
AP photo

The Russian government plans to provide economic assistance to the Crimea in the case of its accession to the Russian Federation in the amount of $3 billion per year.

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak will be in charge to supervise the costs, a senior official in the government of the Russian Federation said. Kozak has experience in resolving socio-economic issues in the Caucasus, when he served as a presidential envoy in the Southern Federal District.

To date, the treasury of the Crimea has a surplus: the autonomy is expected to receive 5.37 billion hryvnas of revenues; the spending is forecast at 5.25 billion hryvna. However, more than a half of revenues was expected to be received in the form of subsidies from Kiev - about 3 billion hryvna. Now it will be up to Russia to fill in the financial gap.

 

 

 
| More
954

Popular photos

Most popular

Interview with Paul Craig Roberts
Interview with Paul Craig Roberts
I recently had the chance to interview Paul Craig Roberts. I remember briefly, for the uninitiated, that Dr. Roberts was a senior official of the US government, economic advisor to the President...
Russia prepares nuclear surprise for NATO
Russia prepares nuclear surprise for NATO
On September 1, 2014 the US State Department published a report, in which it was stated that for first time since the collapse of the USSR, Russia reached parity with the US in the field of strategic...

Video

Popular photos

Система Orphus