The Russian government has spent more than 2, 5 billion roubles on uninterrupted supply of household and drinking water supply in the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol. According to signed by the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev disposal, launched today on the official Internet-portal of legal information, the Funds allocated from the state budget in the form of intergovernmental transfers.
for example, over 1 billion 285 million will be targeted through the Ministry of environment in the form of the transfer to the Budget of the Republic of Crimea " on financial security in 2014 implementation of urgent measures on maintenance of uninterrupted household and drinking water supply ". The budget of Sevastopol for the same purpose the Ministry of environment allocates another 89, 3 million rubles.. in Addition, the Ministry of construction also mandated to carry out transfers to the budgets of the Republic of the Crimea and city of Sevastopol on uninterrupted supply of drinking water supply in almost $ 875 million rubles and 319 million rubles, respectively.
at the meeting of the government on 29 may, Medvedev D. A. explaining the plans on allocation of the new Russian regions 2, 5 billion roubles for the provision of water, regretfully noticed, that " Ukraine has blocked the water, and its deficiencies as long as is compensated by local sources." We, of course, will provide more than reliable water supply and in General, beyond any doubt, the water on the Peninsula will be, - he said.- The Federal centre will provide all the necessary financial support."
it is expected that budget funds will be spent for implementation of priority actions in the framework of the plan of actions on maintenance of uninterrupted water supply of the Crimea, developed by the Ministry of environment together with the interested state bodies of Executive power and regional authorities. For example, will involve additional volumes of water to cover the needs of drinking and household water supply Feodosiya-Sudak zone, Kerch and Old Crimea, improving resource security of the Bakhchsarai area, the city of Sevastopol.
Funds will be used to increase performance of existing and construction of new ground water intake. For this purpose it is planned to drill exploratory wells in more than 30 areas of the territory. In addition, will be reconstructed mains and distribution network To reduce unproductive water losses, provision of technical reliability and medical safety of pipelines.