Putin gave 139 instructions following his address to the Federal Assembly - Kommersant

Putin gave 139 instructions following his address to the Federal Assembly - Kommersant


The Kremlin published a list of instructions from President Vladimir Putin following his address to the Federal Assembly on February 29. Scroll consists of of 30 points. Many of them are divided into sub-items - in total there are 139 instructions in the list.

The main instructions of the President:

  • Extend the maternity capital program until 2030;
  • Prohibit the discharge of untreated wastewater into Lake Baikal;
  • Introduce credit holidays for small businesses every five years;
  • Improve school curricula by reducing homework and eliminating unnecessary tests;
  • Establish a number of new tax deductions;
  • Additionally, allocate at least 1 trillion rubles. for the construction and repair of healthcare facilities;
  • Before October 1, launch a new program for relocating emergency housing;
  • Allocate at least 165 billion rubles. to finance the construction and renovation of cultural organizations.

As part of the new national project “Family,” the president instructed:

  • Provide for a sustainable increase in the birth rate by 2030;
  • Increase long-term care coverage to 500 thousand people among the elderly and people with disabilities by 2030;
  • To build more than 100 new kindergartens, 51 billion rubles will be allocated to regions with a shortage of places in kindergartens;
  • Increase the coverage of Russians with social contracts (a support measure for citizens with low incomes or the unemployed), 100 billion rubles will be allocated for this;
  • Increase the number of antenatal clinics, modernize children's clinics and hospitals;
  • Allocate 94.5 billion rubles. for the overhaul of kindergartens from 2025 to 2030.

Instructions within the framework of the new national project “Youth and Children”:

  • Develop a national project “Youth and Children”, submit a report by September 1;
  • Create at least 12 advanced schools in all federal districts of the Russian Federation;
  • Complete work on connecting schools to high-speed Internet;
  • Allocate 210 billion rubles for the construction of 150 new schools by 2030.

The President's address to the Federal Assembly on March 29 became the longest in history - it lasted 2 hours and 6 minutes. The President paid special attention to the fighting in Ukraine, the geopolitical situation, social policy, the technological development of the country, and concessions for business.

Anastasia Larina



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