The mayor of Nikolaev offended on Cabinet of Ministers, again as in water looked: through the Southern Bug the governor will get monasteries of "probivatel" of the bridge?

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"Crime. Is NOT PRESENT"wrote about that today, On June 24, at meeting of KMU the distressful construction project of the bypass bridge through the Southern Bug, the credit on which of $500 million has to be considered (in a yen equivalent) is ready to give the government of Japan.

We will remind, V. Chaika with insult complained that, unfortunately, didn't invite him to this meeting, and called the governor of the Nikolaev area Alexey Garkushu. The Nikolaev mayor assumed that then the governor will speak: "It I punched the bridge". We already saw punched and not punched, - V. Chaika who nevertheless hopes for a positive outcome of this meeting as "the head "Ukravtodora" already half agreed with us told that the bypass bridge is necessary to the state".

Possibly, V. Chaika's fears, nevertheless will be confirmed, after all as reports RBC - Ukraine, the Cabinet transmitted Ukravtodora to function of the executive on bridge construction through the Southern Bug in Nikolaev. Such decision is made today at government meeting, the chairman Ukravtodora Vadim Gurzhos told to journalists. He specified that earlier above functions were provided to local authorities in Nikolaev.

"Cabinet of Ministers it is also entrusted to study Ukravtodora possibility of attraction of the credit under governmental guarantees for implementation of this project", - V. Gurzhos told. He also reported that the cost of construction of the bridge through the Southern Bug in Nikolaev isn't determined now. "There is no equipment - an economic justification. We will develop the new feasibility report, there is an old feasibility report of a sample of 2004 in which prices the cost of construction of 1,757 billion UAH", - was told by V. Gurzhos.

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