67% of the Fund’s money, formed at the expense of external debt, was spent.
The Ministry of Finance released detailed information on public procurement carried out at the expense of the Anti-Crisis Fund.
The reports contained information about how much money was allocated to whom, contracts concluded for public procurement and the beneficiaries of suppliers.
For this purpose, an interactive page has been opened on the website of the Finance Ministry. At the moment, information has been presented as of August 18. The page is updated weekly.
The release of this information will provide the general public with the opportunity to conduct independent research.
It should be recalled that 10 trillion soums were attracted to the Anti-Crisis Fund, and it was formed at the expense of debts taken from three international organizations: 41.9% of the funds were allocated by the Asian Development Bank, 37.9% – by the International Monetary Fund, 20.2% – by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
As of August 18, funds in the amount of 8,448.7 billion soums were allocated from the fund, of which 6,753.5 billion soums were spent by relevant organizations.