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By 2030, drug production in Russia will double

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 15:03:36

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The production of medicines in Russia by 2030 should double. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova at a meeting with Mikhail Mishustin on Monday.

According to her, medicines worth 1.4 trillion rubles will be produced within the country. In total, about 70% of all drugs dispensed and sold in the country will be Russian-made. At the same time, as Golikova said, they will be of high quality and effective.

Such development of the drug market is prescribed in the strategy for the development of the pharmaceutical industry until 2030, which was approved by the government.

Now Russia produces 62% of all consumed pharmaceuticals worth more than 608 billion rubles. At the same time, if we talk about vital drugs, then 67% of them are produced in Russia.

“Compared to 2009, we managed to achieve an increase in production of 533%, compared to 2021, 11%,” Golikova said.

According to her, the authorities, first of all, will provide support to the original drug manufacturers.

– Now manufacturers are more focused on the production of generic drugs, the so-called generics. Of the 815 drugs on the essential drug list, parent drugs are submitted for only 260 international nonproprietary names, he explained.

At the same time, Golikova noted that the authorities would improve the prices of vital medicines in order to avoid an unreasonable increase in their cost.

Golikova also spoke about the development of the initiative of State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin to establish benefits for SVO participants and children of health workers who died from COVID-19.

CBO participants will have the opportunity to enroll in universities on a separate fee. However, you still need to pass the entrance exam. And those who are already studying in paid departments will be able to switch to free education as a priority in 2023-2024. CBO participants will also have the right to study free of charge at the preparatory department.

“I ask you to keep this problem under control and coordinate work with deputies, especially the implementation of this law after it comes into force,” Mikhail Mishustin instructed his deputies Tatyana Golikova and Dmitry Chernyshenko.

Golikova also said that the children of medical workers who died from COVID-19 in the line of duty will be enrolled in universities for educational programs in medical and pharmaceutical education, also under a separate fee, but without entrance exams.

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