Modern motor grader acquired at the expense of infrastructure subvention in Shatska AH

To form the infrastructure of the Shatska amalgamated hromada in 2018, a sum of more than UAH 2.6 million was directed from the state budget. That is the way the state provides financial support for the newly established AHs.

In particular, to strengthen the material and technical base of the local communal enterprise, a motor grader was acquired by the Shatska amalgamated hromada in autumn. UAH 2.3 million of the infrastructure subvention was spent on this, another UAH 140 thousand were allocated by the local budget.

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Modern motor grader acquired at the expense of infrastructure subvention in Shatska AH

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infrastructure subvention

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Шацька селищна об’єднана територіальна громада Шацька територіальна громада

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