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Improvement of the federal regulatory andlegal framework will focus on activities related to the transport, fuel andenergy sectors, the investment climate in Kaliningrad oblast, and activitiesimpacting on the financial sphere, institutional environment, market and socialinfrastructure, and international cooperation. The legislative process willalso be concerned with the formulation of inter-state and intergovernmentalagreements with the European Union, Belarus, Lithuania and Poland.

The regulatory and legal framework at theregional level needs to be improved through adoption of normative acts and lawsthat will regulate the spheres of culture, health care, housing and utilities,the environment and use of natural resources, and resolve a number of issuesrelated to the functioning of the fuel and energy complex, and the tourism andrecreation complex in Kaliningrad oblast that affect the investmentclimate.

Programmed projects and activities tosupport and develop health care facilities in Kaliningrad oblast are designedprimarily to complete, renovate and refit such facilities. These projectsinclude the construction of an oblast cancer clinic, a surgery department ofthe oblast children’shospital, a treatment center of the oblast TB clinic, a regional perinatalcenter and so on.

Implementation of projects and activities tosupport and develop educational facilities will help strengthen the materialand technical base of such facilities in the oblast, elevate education of theyounger generation to a modern level, train highly qualified specialists,improve the research, methodological and organizational foundation of theteaching process. Special attention is paid to improving the scientific andmaterial/technical base of higher educational establishments.

Urban Development andTown Planning in Kaliningrad Oblast

Pursuant to effective legislation thedevelopment strategy in Kaliningrad oblast is defined, in particular, throughthe development of urban development documentation, i.e. an IntegratedTerritorial Scheme of Town Planning in Kaliningrad oblast and its sections (amaster plan for the oblast), as well as master plans for towns and othersettlements.

The latest master plan for the oblast wasapproved in 1979. Because some territories in Kaliningrad oblast are federalzones subject to special regulation and given the enclave nature of the oblast,it is increasingly necessary to formulate an Integrated Territorial Scheme ofTown Planning in Kaliningrad oblast and its sections, containing elements ofconsolidated schemes. Under the Town-Planning Code of the Russian Federation,regulation of urban development and supervision of the development of schemesand projects for the engineering, transport and social infrastructures are theresponsibility of the Federal Government.

To ensure planned development of the oblastunder the Program, an Integrated Territorial Scheme of Town Planning inKaliningrad oblast and its sections, including urban development documentationfor federal territories subject to special regulation, will be prepared.Development of infrastructure in the recreation zones of the federal cities ofSvetlogorsk and Zelenogorsk will also be based on the cities’ master plans that will beformulated within the framework of the above-mentioned activity.

It is essential to prepare a state urbandevelopment cadastre of Kaliningrad oblast required under the Town PlanningCode of the Russian Federation and Federal Government Resolution No. 271 of 11March 1999 On the Approval of the Regulation on theIntroduction of the State Urban Development Cadastre and Monitoring of UrbanDevelopment Projects in the Russian Federation. Aconstantly updated cadastre will provide various agencies and the public withreliable information on the habitat, proposed changes, including restrictionson the use of territories and properties, and other information required forurban development, investment, land management and other activities, valuationand taxation of properties.

4. ProgramResources

Financial resources required for theprogram amount in total to RUR 93.05 bn. The sourcesof funding of Program projects and activities are shown in Table16.

The total costing and cost structure forthe Program are contained in Table 17.

Table 16

Volumes and Costs Itemization under theProgram
Costs Breakdown under the Program M RUR,2001 prices


Funds

Including:

TOTAL

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006-2010

Total Amountsof Funds Earmarked

Federal Budget

7,827.85

802

872.35

849.1

912.80

4,391.6

Kaliningrad Oblast Budget

2,868.19

257.86

324.56

386.25

497.17

1,402.35

Organizations’ and Businesses’ Own Funds

20,658.4

1 868.8

2,276.8

2,551

2,570.4

11,391.4

Other Sources

61,695.30

6,197.68

8,442.45

9,168.85

8,936.68

28,949.64

Grand Total under theProgram

93,049.74

9,126.34

11,916.16

12,955.2

12,917.05,

46,134.99

including:

Capital Investments

Federal Budget

4,208.35

310

526.55

507

518.5

2,346.3

Kaliningrad Oblast Budget

858.45

91.02

129.96

167.55

186.17

283.75

Organizations’ and Businesses’ Own Funds

19,615.1

1,713.3

2,124.5

2,355.4

2,375.4

11,046.5

Other Sources

51,302

4,863.18

7,125.45

7,661.6

7,223.93

24,427.84

Grand Total

75,983.9

6,977.5

9,906.46

10,691.55

10,304

38,104.39

Other

Federal Budget

3,583.3

490

331.3

327.9

388.8

2,045.3

Kaliningrad Oblast Budget

2,009.74

166.84

194.6

218.7

311

1,118.6

Organizations’ and Businesses’ Own Funds

1,043.3

155.5

152.3

195.6

195

344.9

Other Sources

10,393.3

1,334.5

1,317

1,507.25

1,712.75

4,521.8

Grand Total

17,029.64

2,146.84

1,995.20

2,249.45

2,607.55

8,030.6

R&D

Federal Budget

36.2

2

14.5

14.2

5.5

-

Kaliningrad Oblast Budget

-

-

-

-

-

-

Participants’ Own Funds

-

-

-

-

-

-

Other Sources

-

-

-

-

-

-

Grand Total

36,2

2

14,5

14,2

5,5

-

Notes:

1.Federal funds being earmarked are subjectto update and adjustment on a yearly basis, every time the Federal Budget isdrafted, contingent on federal resources available.

2.Regional funds being earmarked under theProgram are subject toupdate and adjustment on a yearly basis, every time the Budget of KaliningradOblast is designed, contingent on regional resources available.

3.In 2002 RUR 310M worth of capitalinvestments are allocated under the Energy-EffectiveEconomy Federal Special Purpose Program – RUR 300M, and Increasing the Yield of Russia’s SoilFederal Special Purpose Program – RUR 10M.

Table 17.

Funds Allocated under the Program: Total
Amounts and Cross-Sector Breakdown M RUR, 2001prices

Sums earmarked SUM

Including:

Federal Budget

Allocations Out of the Budget of Kalinin.Oblast

Enterprises Own Funds

Loans Advanced by Commercial Banks

Loans Advanced by Foreign Lenders

Other Sources of Finance

TOTAL

TOTAL

CapitalInvestments

Other Needs

R&D

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