6.2 billion rubles were allocated to implement the state program for the integrated development of rural areas in 2020-2022 in Bashkiria, of which 3.6 billion are federal funds. The main directions of the state program are the construction of housing, social facilities, roads, and landscaping, the press service of the government of Bashkiria reports.
As a result, 486 families received subsidies to improve their living conditions, houses were built for 107 families, 130 rural improvement projects were implemented, 19.3 km of roads, 33 km of gas pipelines, and more than 18 km of water pipelines were laid. In addition, 20 facilities were commissioned under projects for the integrated development of rural areas, and 5 projects of integrated housing development were implemented.
The republic plans to build 69 facilities with budget financing of more than 1.315 million rubles as part of the state program in 2023. In parallel, work is underway to implement 53 projects to improve rural areas, for which the total amount of funding amounted to about 94 million rubles. In addition, three projects of integrated housing development will be implemented in the Aurgazinsky and Buraevsky districts, and more than 4.5 km of roads will be built for them.
Earlier, Bashinform News Agency reported on plans to improve public spaces in Bashkiria in 2023.