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Vladimir Putin has signed a resolution allocating five million roubles from the presidential reserve fund
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a resolution allocating five million roubles from the presidential reserve fund in the second quarter of this year to the Kamchatka Region's administration for construction of a Saint Trinity cathedral in the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, the presidential press service said. The Kamchatka administration is instructed to ensure control over spending of the funds, and the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern region is to oversee the implementation. Kamchatka marks the 300th anniversary of the Orthodox faith this year. Collection of money donated by people for the cathedral construction began in 2000, and the first stone and a capsule with the written construction beginning date were laid at the foundation site on June 23, 2002. The church will be the biggest Orthodox cathedral on the peninsula. Festivities marking the 300th anniversary will take place in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky on October 17-19. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov signed a resolution in April on celebration of the anniversary. The premier instructed the Culture Ministry to form a committee together with the Kamchatka regional administration and the Moscow patriarchate to organise the jubilee celebration. The resolution also instructs the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry for Regional Development and the Finance and Culture Ministries to consider state support to complete the construction of the cathedral in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
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