The Accounts Chamber called the amount of unused funds from the Russian budget at 00:25.

The Accounting Chamber of Russia estimated the amount of unused budget funds in 2022 at about 800 billion rubles. This is indicated in the analytical note to the section on the implementation of the federal budget for last year.

“The volume of unmet expenses amounted to 783.8 billion rubles and increased by 138.4 billion rubles, or 21.4%, compared to 2021,” the document says.

According to the Court of Accounts, the volume of appropriations in the consolidated budget list as of January 1 of this year amounted to 31.915 trillion rubles. This indicator exceeded the approved amount by 8,221 trillion rubles, or 34.7%, the highest level in recent years.

The agency notes that this surplus is mainly due to the increase in the Russian government’s reserve fund (7.527 trillion rubles) and the balance of federal budget funds unused in 2021 to be used in 2022 (688 billion rubles). ).

Former Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation discretion The country’s January-February 2023 budget deficit is 2.581 trillion rubles.



Source: Gazeta

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