Minsk City Executive Committee deputies approve Minsk’s investment programme for 2015, worth Br9 trillion 37 billion in financing
Over Br500bn is being allocated to build the third metro line and Br1 trillion 112 billion is being similarly spent on Minsk’s metro in 2015. Br2 trillion 781 billion is allocated to constructing housing-and-communal services and accommodation (including Br179bn on rental housing) while reconstruction of Minsk’s roads and construction of new streets will be a priority, as will be the development of city territories.
Minsk’s 2015 investment programme envisages particular financing of healthcare, education, physical culture and sports, culture and social protection. Br1 trillion 421bn will be spent on constructing new healthcare facilities in the Kamennaya Gorka and Druzhba residential districts, as well as reconstructing Minsk’s City Oncological Centre and Children’s City Infectious Hospital.
The programme envisages Br327.7bn of financing for physical culture and sports sites, including reconstruction of Dinamo Stadium and Traktor Stadium. Reconstruction of educational sites will cost Br91bn.
By Alexey Stolyarov