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Monday, March 19, 2018

The Minister of Finance: the financing of Chechnya differs from the rest of Russia

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov spoke about the compromise reached with the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov concerning the financing of the country.

photo: kremlin.ru

In an interview with Thassa Siluanov commented on the conflict of Kadyrov and the Ministry of Finance: the head of Chechnya, recall, demanded from the Federal government for more funding for led in the region.

According to Siluanov, “Ramzan Akhmatovich nice to me as a person, we have formed a companionable friendship, so I know: he raised the issue not out of spite or desire to make a scandal”.

In the end, the Minister said, failed to come to a common solution within different regions of the diagram: it turned out that Chechnya, unlike all other regions, funded by “direct account”, that is, the government recovers the Republic all its costs, only checking their accuracy.

“By 2017 in the framework of cost optimization, the amount for Chechnya further cut by the same percentage as the rest of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation”, – said Siluanov about the causes of conflict. In connection with the “criticismKadyrov of this decision, the Minister now said that it was possible to find a “mutually acceptable solution, though not explained what it is.

The Minister added that were traveling on motorcycles on Chechnya and met with Kadyrov personally. “The terrible eyes turned into a modern, very beautiful city, the official said.


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