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Prime Minister of Yakutia urges to focus on regional components of national projects

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Regional projects should reflect the entire set of activities for solving a particular task, regardless of whether they are foreseen by the national project. This was stated by Prime Minister Vladimir Solodov at a meeting of the relevant project office on December 5 in Yakutsk.

The implementation of 12 national projects is indicated in the May decree of Vladimir Putin. The government of Yakutia needs to develop and send regional components of national projects aimed at achieving the set target indicators to the federal authorities until December 14.

According to Vladimir Solodov, regional projects should include a set of measures to address a particular task. “Our regional component should show how we are solving the task set in the national project at the level of the republic, regardless of whether relevant measures are provided for in the national project or not,” said the chairman of the government of Yakutia at a meeting of the project office for the implementation of national projects of the Russian Federation in the region.

The Minister of Labor of the Republic, Elena Volkova, noted that within the framework of the regional component of the national project ‘Demography’, the department is developing three support measures. They provide for additional funding from the federal budget in the amount of 26 billion rubles until 2024.

Also, the head of the Ministry of Labor of the region said that given the objectively established demographic indicators, achieving the values set by the Concept of demographic policy until 2025 is difficult. Vladimir Solodov instructed in any case to prepare a regional project, which will later be coordinated with the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev.

A joint discussion of these projects with the participation of the authorities of the region and supervising agencies is scheduled for December 12.