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MOSCOW, March 17. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said the city authorities would provide aid to Sevastopol to modernising healthcare.
“We’ve agreed with Sevastopol to provide support to modernising healthcare and clinics. I believe that it will take a year or more,” the mayor said, adding that the Russian capital was planning to supply about 500 pieces of equipment to Sevastopol.
Over one billion roubles will be provided. “I think that Sevastopol clinics will work not worse than Moscow’s ones do,” Sobyanin said.
The authorities of both cities consented to work out a new agreement. “After the referendum and corresponding state procedures relations will be built at the other level,” the Moscow mayor said.
The Moscow authorities see big opportunities for investments due to the fact that the Russian capital has resort facilities in Crimea. “We have three resort facilities in Crimea. Moscow will back these facilities and provide funding to allow the Muscovites and Crimeans to rest there,” Sobyanin told Rossiya24 TV Channel.