On The Budget For The Federal Road Fund Of The Russian Federation For The Second Half Of The Year 1992 And 1992 Year

Original Language Title: О бюджете Федерального дорожного фонда Российской Федерации на второе полугодие 1992 года и 1992 год

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A to the Russian Federation On the budget of the Federal Road Fund Russian Federation for the second half of 1992 and 1992 class="doclink "href=" ?docbody= &prevDoc= 102017060&backlink=1 & &nd=102012773" target="contents"> About Road Funds in the RSFSR" and the Procedure for the Russian Federation's Federal Road Fund, Supreme Council of the Russian Federation c t l e: l e: Article 1. To approve the budget of the Federal Road Fund of the Russian Federation for 1992 in the amount of US$ 98015 million. In the second half of the year, the total amount of the loan is estimated at $48,941 million. The income of the fund is estimated at $22,5100 million. In 2007, the Russian president's income was 7.65 million -Ruble. Article 2: Budget of the Federal Road Fund of the Russian Federation for Taxes and Other Income by Sources: + ---------------------------------------------------------- + ¦ 1992-1992 ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ "¦" ¦ "¦" ¦ "¦" ¦ "¦" + ---------------------------------------------------------- + (Million). (a) Fuel, oil and lubricants 59800 43500 Taxes on users motor roads 24700 17000 cars for personal use citizens 16500 11000 Other tax and non-tax revenues 1100 860 Article 3. To set the funds of the Federal Road Fund of the Russian Federation for the following purposes: + ---------------------------------------------------------- + + ---------------------------------------------------------- + (Million (a) Maintenance of the existing network Federal roads 15867 * 9700 * The carry-over balance of the Fund at the end of 1992 2048 1709 Fund Reserve 918 771 Federal expenses 1736 1545 Acquisition of road-maintenance equipment and other property necessary for the operation and of federal roads 2340 1890 Reconstruction and construction of federal roads and structures them (s) 19505 14155 Reconstruction and construction of federal roads and structures (reconstructed objects), as well as production development 1745 1302 Upgrading and Construction of Internal Roads in Rural 9600 9600 Subsidials and Grant 48341 31688 _________________ * This number is $6550 million. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation paid $136m for the repayment of loans issued by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in the first half of 1992. The interest rate is set at $1 billion. Article 4. To establish that the Republic of Gorny Altai, the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Aginsk Buryat, Koryak, Komi-Permyak, Nenets, Ust-Ordyn Buryat, the Chukotka and the Eweny Autonomous Districts, where the amount to be transferred to road funds The tax payments for petrol, oil and lubricants are not in excess of $50 million. The total amount of these payments is sent to their territorial road funds. Article 5. To approve the amounts of subsidies and grants allocated from the Federal Road Fund of the Russian Federation to the constituent republics of the Russian Federation, the autonomous region, autonomous regions, regions, regions and cities of Moscow, and St. Petersburg in 1992 for the development and maintenance of public highways and the reconstruction and construction of rural roads in rural areas, according to the annex. Article 6. The Government of the Russian Federation should consider the feasibility of construction of road service complexes in accordance with the resolution of the Council of Ministers of the USSR dated 28 April 1988 N 531 "On measures to improve service on the roads" and to determine the sources of repayment of credits granted for these purposes. Article 7. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation will postpone the repayment of the loan in the amount of $1,200 million for 1993-1994. In 1991, he received an interest rate of 12 million rubles ($1.14 million). Article 8. To establish that the financing of expenditures from the Federal Road Fund budget in 1992 is within the income limits of the Fund. To provide the Government of the Russian Federation with the right to allocate additional income to the expenses provided for in article 3 of this Law. President of the Russian Federation ELTSIN Moscow House of the Russian Federation 26 June 1992 N 3126-I _________________ Application to the Russian Federation Law " On the Federal Road Transport Budget of the Russian Federation Foundation for the second half of 1992 and 1992 " of 26 June 1992 N 3126-I M M of subventions and subsidies allocated to organs of the state power in the constituent republics of the Russian Federation, autonomous regions, autonomous prefects, territories, regions, cities of Moscow and St Petersburg in 1992 development and maintenance of common roads use, as well as territorial agricultural renovations and construction of domestic roads in rural areas (million) N °) + -------------------------------------------------------------- + ¦ ¦¦ ON-Moscow-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N-N 12.7 Republic of Bashkortostan 209.4 Republic of Buryatia 1154.4 53.6 Republic of Mountains Altai 340.5 10.6 Dagestan Soviet Socialist Republic-Republic of Dagestan 695.1 84.1 Kabardino-Balkar Republic 420.9 6.1 Republic of Kalmykia- Halmg Tangch 446.2 70.2 Karachaevo-Cherkess Soviet Socialist Republic 305.4 12.7 Republic of Karelia 1048.2 73.9 Comi Soviet Socialist Republic 511.6 155.0 Soviet Socialist Republic-Maria El 414.1 104.9 Mordovia Soviet Socialist Republic 1078.5 192.8 Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 225.0 56.0 North Ossetian Soviet Socialist Republic 535.6 24.0 Republic of Tatarstan (Tatarstan) 117.8 2300.3 Republic of Tumov 211.1 18.2 Udmurt Republic 733.3 149.7 Khakassia 136.0 13.1 Chechen-Ingush Republic 395.2 42.9 Chuvash Republic-Chavash Republic 346.8 93.5 Jewish Autonomous Region 149.9 8.1-Comi-Permyac Autonomous Region 30.0-Koryak Autonomous Region-1.7 Ust-Ordynsky District 119.0-Chukotsky Autonomous Area 149.6 0.4 Altai Krai: 454.3 Krasnoyarskiy krai Krai 321.5 92.2 Primorsky Krai. 912.0 73.0 Primorsky Krai Region 264.7 43.0 Belgorod Region 221.8 106.1 Bryansk Area 402.7 178.3 Voronezh Region 319.4 77.4 Voronezh Region 83.9 92.0 Voronezh Region 341.9 176.8 Ivanovo Region 451.1 78.8 Kemerovo region 157.3 106.0 Kemerovo region 2535.5 341.3 Kostroma field 1438.0-122.2 Kursk region 558.5 130.4 Kursk region 182.3 229.4 Leningrad region 1316.0 200.2 Lipetsk region 144.1 71.2 Magadan region 269.5 2.1 Moscow Region 2576.7 112.8 Murmansk Region 323.7 Nizhny Novgorod region 216.3 322.0 New Siberian region 974.0 169.0 Region 210.9 127.9, Orenburg region 288.6 115.0 Orel region 404.0 312.0 Penza region 208.6 96.0 Perm region 2017.0 The Sverdlovsk region of the Rostov region of the Rostov region of the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the Rostov region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the territory of the Republic of the Republic of Armenia. Tambov region 143.6 84.8 Tver Oblast 1058.4 187.4 Tomsk Oblast In 2015, the region has an area of 499,000 AMD in the city of St. Petersburg. ____________