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Krasnogorsk Will Be The Capital Of The Moscow Region
25.02.2013 08:19
Krasnogorsk Will Be The Capital Of The Moscow Region

The Moscow regional government will have moved to Krasnogorsk until 1 July 2013. This was announced by the Acting Governor of the Moscow region Andrei Vorobyov. The officials will take two office centres near the Government House of the Moscow region with a total area of 10 thousand square meters.


19 regional offices and ministries are now scattered across Moscow. Moving to the suburbs will help the officials to reduce the rental costs. The buildings belonging to the regional government will be sold, thus adding to the regional treasury. Federal officials do not intend to move to the suburbs at present. Alternatively, the creation of a quarter for officials in Moscow is being considered, as well as the emergence of the two separate administrative centres - in the historical centre and in the "New Moscow".


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Krasnogorsk The Moscow Region    

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