Debt 284 million rubles, "the Sverdlovsk suburban company" TRANS-Ural power will pay for 10 years
The government of the Kurgan region approved the text of the agreement that will be signed between the regional authorities and the Sverdlovsk suburban company". The document provides for the settlement of arrears of compensation of losses in income resulting from the carriage of passengers commuter trains between 2011 and 2013. For three years Kurgan region has the duty to railroad 284 million rubles to enter into the agreement a month ago demanded the President's Plenipotentiary representative in the Urals Federal district Igor Kholmanskikh, correspondent .See also:-->"Effective managers" Yakunin threaten to cancel commuter transportationRecall that on October 28, Kholmanskikh held in Barrow meeting with the heads of the regions of the Urals Federal district, in which he noted that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich gave the order to break-even freight Railways. This plan was developed to prevent in 2014-2015 losses of the company, which provides for the adoption of measures for the settlement of debts to the suburban companies for previous periods by concluding long-term agreements for a period of 10 years. So, Kurgan region should the railway workers compensation revenues for commuter transportation in the amount of 284 million rubles Governor of TRANS-Alexey Kokorin the meeting noted that this debt region recognizes and intends to pay. Also Kokorin added that in the near future will sign the necessary agreement.Today, November 24, the text of the agreement with "Sverdlovsk suburban company" was approved. As noted by the Director of the Department of industry, transport, communications and energy Kurgan region Alexey Tatarenko, debt 284 million rubles, the region plans to repay within 10 years. The Governor of the TRANS-Urals, in turn, asked why still this agreement is not signed."Until November 25, had to sign, and we just approved the text. Why so long?", asked Kokorin."Long agreed," replied Tatarenko.