The Government annually increases state support for hromada development and infrastructure improvement. This year it reaches over UAH 37.8 billion. These funds were directed in the first place to repair schools and kindergartens, hospitals, construction of boiler-houses and sports grounds, as well as to healthcare development in rural areas, support of farmers in the regions, energy efficiency.
This year the Government has financially supported dozens of socially important projects in the Lviv Oblast. In particular, in 2018, it has allocated funds to complete reconstruction of the Lviv Oblast Perinatal Centre, renovate the “XIX Park”, monument of landscape architecture of local significance in Pustomyty, construct 16 dormitories for servicemen in the village of Starychi of the Yavoriv Rayon, reconstrust and extend the school No. 41 in the village of Bryukhovychi and many more schools and kindergartens, as well as dozens of other projects in the oblast.
Cardio centres, equipped with modern angiographs, will be opened in the Lviv Oblast Medical Diagnostic Cardiology Centre and Drohobych City Hospital No.1 next year. This equipment will save the lives of thousands of people, who suffer from cardiovascular diseases.
This year the Government is financing repairs of more than 3 500 km of Ukrainian roads. Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman has repeatedly stated that high-quality repair of Ukrainian roads is one of the Government’s priorities. For 10 years, construction, overhaul and reconstruction of roads were almost non-existent in the country. Starting from 2016, the financing of the road sector has been increased year by year. "This is part of our strategy implementation: to connect all oblast centres of Ukraine in five years. I emphasise: Ukrainians have the right to ride and will eventually ride along good roads,” said Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.
In total, this year the state has allocated nearly UAH 976 million to renovate 53.7 km of roads in the Luhansk Oblast.
The task set by the Government is to connect all oblast centres with high-quality roads in five years.
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