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Government allocates Hr 100 million for bridge construction across Dnipro River

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July 17, 2012, 12:16 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

In January this year, the government allocated Hr 26 million to Pivdenno-Zakhidna Railways for the construction of a bridge across the River Dnipro in Kyiv.
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The Ukrainian government has allocated Hr 100 million from the national budget to the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities for the construction of a bridge across the River Dnipro in Kyiv.

The corresponding decision was stipulated in cabinet resolution No. 464-r of June 25, the text of which has been posted on the Web site of the Verkhovna Rada.

As reported, this document amends cabinet resolution No. 177 of March 21, 2012. Budget allocations for the ministry in the current year were increased by Hr 149.22 million, to Hr 548.9 million.

Previously, the government in its order No. 292-r of May 3, 2012 ordered the allocation of Hr 50 million foreseen by the Finance Ministry in the general fund of the 2012 national budget under the program "State Capital Expenditures Distributed by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine" to the construction ministry for the construction of a bridge across the River Dnipro in Kyiv.

In January this year, the government allocated Hr 26 million to Pivdenno-Zakhidna Railways for the construction of a bridge across the River Dnipro in Kyiv.

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