"For the WTP award seven times in a row, I would like to express my tremendous appreciation to all the ranks of the Tanah Bumbu government and all parties involved in this successful process. Hopefully this achievement to be better maintained," said Regent H. Sudian Noor.
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Along with the award, he also received the budget execution document (DIPA) and fund transfer and village fund (TKDD) from the Acting Governor of South Kalimantan Rudy Resnawan in Banjarbaru, Tuesday.
Rudy Resnawan, who was accompanied by Acting Head of South Kalimantan Treasury Office Dedi Sopandi, conveyed the direction of President Joko Widodo about prioritizing the use of the state budget in four fields.
Namely health, especially related to COVID-19 vaccination. Second, social protection, especially for the less fortunate and vulnerable groups. Third, the economic recovery program for MSMEs and the business world, and fourth to build a stronger foundation by carrying out structural reform in health, education, social protection, and other fields.
"Until now the fund have been received from the central government by the Tanah Bumbu administration are IDR1.24 trillion," he said.
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