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    UNION BUDGET TO ALLOCATE 128.7 MILLION RUBLES TO MINIMIZE CHERNOBYL'S CONSEQUENCES IN BELARUS

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    MOSCOW, February 7 (RIA Novosti) - In 2004, 128.7 million rubles will be allocated from Russia-Belarus Union's budget to minimize the consequences of the Chernobyl catastrophe.

    According to the Belarussian Embassy to the Russian Federation, 43 million rubles will go to the Grodno pharmaceutical plant, 64.5 million rubles - to the Gomel specialized clinic and the rest - to research programs.

    Last year 115.1 million rubles out of the planned sum of 131.5 million were allocated from the union budget for these purposes.

    The main goal of the Program of joint actions to minimize the consequences of the Chernobyl catastrophe within the union state for 2002-2005 is to form the Russian-Belarussian policy in this sphere and to unite efforts on the implementation of this program.

    The program is to provide the functioning and development of the common system of specialized medical assistance to Russian and Belarussian citizens who suffered from the catastrophe and to form common approaches to the rehabilitation of people and territories hit by radiation.

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