Ulyanovsk region to improve attraction of additional financial resources into the regional economy

This sphere will start developing by order of the Governor Sergey Morozov. It is planned to create working groups for attraction of federal budgetary funds. , Results of budget implementation for the first half of the year were discussed during a meeting in the regional Government on 4 July.


According to Dmitry Bogdanov, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Ulyanovsk region, 20 billion rubles were attracted into the budget over the first six months of this year. This is by 942 million more than during the same period in 2017. “Uncompensated receipts from the federal treasury, which included grants, subsidies and subventions, have made about 5 billion rubles. In comparison with the same period in 2017, this indicator has increased by 500 million rubles. Considerable financial resources - 140.7 million rubles - will be used for construction of a school in the Central city block, which is located in Zavolzhye District. In addition, we have received 240 million rubles for construction of a school in Iskra residential district; 136.7 million rubles will be used for monthly cash payments provided to families at the birth of the third and subsequent children. We will use 39.6 million rubles to support youth business, and 336.7 million rubles to develop the agro-industrial sector”, – Dmitry Bogdanov noted.

Following the results of the discussion with the Governor, the decision was made to create working groups for attraction of federal budgetary funds into the Ulyanovsk region's economy. It is planned that they will include deputies of the State Duma from the region, members of the Federation Council, and heads of sector ministries.

Deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, who take part in various committees and commissions concerning distribution of subsidies between regions of the Russian Federation under federal state programmes, will play a significant role in activities of the working groups.

It is planned that working groups will work according to their industry sectors, which include education, science, culture and youth policy; health protection; law enforcement and public security; construction, transport, housing and public utilities; and attraction of investments.