Ministry of Agriculture of Russia will spend 3 billion rubles for construction of vegetable stores in 2016
UFA, 28 October 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Rozaliya Valeeva/.
The Ministry of Agriculture of Russia plans to spend 3 billion rubles in 2016 for construction of vegetable stores. An additional 2 billion rubles will be allocated for payment of direct costs in construction of wholesale distribution centres. This RIA Novosti reported with reference to the Minister of Agriculture Alexander Tkachev.
Nearly 80 billion rubles will be allocated by the state program of agrarian and industrial complex development up to 2020 for wholesale and distribution centres.
"In 2016 we plan to direct two billion rubles for reimbursement of direct costs incurred in the establishment of wholesale distribution centres and another three billion rubles for creation of modern storage facilities for fruit and vegetables", the minister said.
In Bashkortostan two projects are developed for vegetable storage. Facilities will be located near Ufa.
As Bashinform News Agency reported a procedure for granting subsidies from the state budget for reimbursement of expenses for establishing and modernizing agriculture facilities was approved in the republic. The procedure sets the rules for granting subsidies from the federal and republican budget for reimbursement of direct costs incurred in the establishment and modernization of agriculture facilities.