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MOSCOW, March 11. /ITAR-TASS/. The Moscow authorities intend to channel about 100 million rubles (about $2.8 million) towards social facilities in Crimea’s Alushta, Yevpatoria, Sudak and its Krasnogvardeisky district in need of repair or completion.
The decision was reached after a Moscow region delegation had visited twin cities in Crimea, the press service of the Moscow region governor said on Tuesday.
Region’s head Andrei Vorobyov said financial aid would come from non-budget funds. Money would be spent, in particular, on revamping the infectious diseases ward at a clinic of Sudak, completing a cultural center and capital repairs of a kindergarten in Alushta, capital repairs of a kindergarten in the Krasnogvardeisky district. Besides, the Moscow region plans to help the Black Sea city of Yevpatoria in capital repairs of a health resort for children with problems of locomotor system.
Within the framework of a trip to Crimea, the sides also discussed possible strategic partnership between cities of Crimea and the Moscow region in the tourism, construction and agricultural sectors.