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Vladimir Putin briefly mentioned the plan for “socio-economic actions” at a meeting on economic issues with the Cabinet of Ministers. The President said that work on the document is “in the final stage of work.”
“It will cover key areas such as investment support, guaranteeing technological sovereignty, updating and building infrastructure, comprehensive development of human settlements and much more. At the same time, our main task, our absolute priority, is to increase the income and quality of life of citizens, the well-being of Russian families,” the head of the country said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting on economic issues via videoconference in the Kremlin. Photo: Alexander Kazakov/press service of the President of the Russian Federation/TASS
There are no details yet on this plan. The document has not yet been published anywhere. But it can be assumed that this plan will intersect with Putin’s 2020 decree “On the national development goals of Russia until 2030” and the government’s plan “to achieve the national development goals of the Russian Federation for the period of Planning to 2030”, adopted in the fall of 2021.
The disadvantages of both documents are that they were approved before the start of the special operation. Since then, as they say, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge.
In the old strategies we had five objectives:
* Preservation of the population, health and well-being of people.
* The need to provide opportunities for self-realization and talent development.
* Create a comfortable and safe living environment.
* Decent, effective work and successful entrepreneurship.
* Digital transformation.
Priorities adopted before the start of the CBO are likely to flow, in some form, into the new plan.