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Table 59

Military expenditures outside of the military organization (plan)

Item No.

Expenditure

Amount, Rub. million

Share in the expenditures of the federal budget, %

% of GDP

Expenditures included in National Defense section of the federal budget

1

Military program of the Atomic Energy Ministry

13 012

0,55

0,10

2

Russian Defense Sports and Technical Organization (RDSTO)

42

0,00

0,00

3

Ensuring of industries’ activities for the national defense:

Ministry of Industry, Science, and Technologies

353

0,02

0,00

Expenditures included in other sections and subsections of the federal budget

4

Mobilization preparedness of the economy

500

0,02

0,00

5

Grants and subventions to Closed Administrative and Territorial Entities (CATE) budgets, including:

14 538

0,62

0,11

5.1

Grants to CATE budgets

7 955

0,34

5.2

Grants and subsidies for the maintenance of Baikonur town infrastructure

564

0,02

0,06

5.3

Subventions to CATE budgets

6 019

0,26

0,00

6

Civil defense

67

0,00

0,05

7

TOTAL: general military expenditures outside the RF military organization

28 511

1,22

0,00

Figure 59

Structure of military expenditures outside of the RF military
organization in 2003 (plan)

Table 60

Expenditures related to past military activities (plan)

Item No.

Expenditure

Amount, Rub. million

Share in the expenditures of the federal budget, %

% of GDP

2

3

4

5

1

Military pensions

67 721

2,89

0,52

2

Pensions paid to servicemen of law enforcement agencies, including:

38 105

1,62

0,29

2.1

- paid via the Interior Ministry

26 700

1,14

0,20

2.2

- paid via the FSS

8 799

0,38

0,07

2.3

- paid via the Federal Tax Police Service

658

0,03

0,01

2.4

- paid via the Ministry of Justice

1 947

0,08

0,01

3

Utilization and liquidation of armaments

10 760

0,46

0,08

4

Conversion of the defense industry

250

0,01

0,00

5

Implementation of the military reform, including:

15 800

0,67

0,12

5.1

- via MES

582

0,02

0,00

Table 60 cont’d

2

3

4

5

5.2

- via the Defense Ministry

14 335

0,61

0,11

5.3

- via the Interior Ministry

670

0,03

0,01

5.4

- via the FBS

64

0,00

0,00

5.5

- via the FAGCI

149

0,01

0,00

6

Program State Housing Certificates (1998 – 2002) In the framework of FTP Housing for 2002 – 2010

5 435

0,23

0,04

7

TOTAL: Expenditures related to the past military activities of the RF

138 071

5,89

1,06

Figure 60

Structure of expenditures related to past military activities (plan)

Table 61

Aggregate indicators of military and military-related expenditures (plan)

Item No.

Expenditure

Amount, Rub. million

Share in the expenditures of the federal budget, %

% of GDP

1

General military expenditures (for the military organization and other related items)

(the sum of line 4 of Table 51 and line 7 of Table 52)

456 538

19,46

3,50

2

The amount of total military expenditures and expenditures related to the past military activities of RF (the sum of line 1 of this Table and line 7 of Table 53)

594 609

25,35

4,56

3

Aggregate expenditures for national defense and law enforcement and national security (see Table 51)

589 319

25,12

4,52

Note: In accordance with the methodology and practices of accounting for military expenditures in the UN and NATO some of the expenditures indicated above, for instance, for civil defense or maintenance of public utilities (infrastructure) of the space vehicle launching site Baikonur, may be excluded from the category of military expenditures. However, due to their insignificance, it would not have changed the general picture of military expenditures. On the contrary, according to the UN standards, pensions paid to former servicepersons should have been included in the military expenditures.

However, from the point of view of civilian and public control, the transparency and reliability of expenditures are more important than the category they were included in.

3.8.2. Execution of the federal budget in 2003

In 2003, the financing of military expenditures was carried out in accordance with the approved budget. The adjustment of military expenditures was made only in November, simultaneously with the general adjustment of the federal budget by federal law No. 150-FZ. At the same time, the general increase in the military expenditures was insignificant and made 2 to 4 per cent (the expenditures of the federal budget grew by 2.85 per cent), however, there were significantly raised expenditures for the federal border guard service (by 8.15 per cent) and implementation of the military reform (by 10.5 per cent). The budget expenditures for preparation for and participation in collective security and peace making operations, as well as pensions of servicepersons of the Defense Ministry were reduced by Rub. 541 million (60 per cent) and Rub. 5 billion 123 million (8 per cent) respectively. It may be assumed that initially overestimated amounts targeted for these budget expenditure items were partially a result of mistakes in planning and partially a result of objective circumstances.

The data on the execution of the federal budget for year 2003 presented in Tables 62 – 64 were obtained from the monthly reports of the RF Federal Treasury and quarterly reports of the RF Government presented to the State Duma.

Table 62

Military expenditures of the RF military organization in 2003 (Rub. million)

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