At the meeting, the head of government discussed with the ministers the tasks that the president set at the meeting of the Council for Strategic Development and National Projects. “They, among other things, will allow us to respond to the challenges that the national economy and our citizens face today,” the prime minister stressed.
One of the decisions of the head of state referred to the extension of the preferential mortgage program. It will be extended until July 1, 2024 with an increase in the rate to 8%. The circle of beneficiaries of the “Family Mortgage” will also be expanded and a special program for the purchase of new construction housing will be launched at a rate of 2% for new regions of the country. “I ask the Ministry of Finance to submit all regulatory documents to the government by December 20 so that from the new year all mortgage programs will operate under such conditions,” ordered Mikhail Mishustin.
Starting in 2023, all mortgage loan programs must operate with the new conditions outlined by the president
To support large families, the government has allocated an additional 8.5 billion rubles, which will be used for lump sum payments for partial repayment of the mortgage. The state helps 450 thousand rubles. “The measure has been in place for more than three years and turned out to be in high demand, so it was extended for children born before the end of next year. The loan agreement can be concluded until July 1, 2024,” the prime minister said. the minister recalled.
In compliance with the presidential order to reduce the tax and administrative burden of participants in industrial conglomerates, the government prepared amendments to the legislation that will allow companies operating in such territories to pay insurance premiums at a reduced rate: slightly more than 7.5% Entrepreneurs may make use of this regime when they enter into a special investment contract, the reduced rate will be valid until the end of the contract, but not more than seven years. “There are also a number of conditions, including tax supervision in relation to participants in industrial groups that have concluded special investment contracts at the federal level. And a number of other innovations, the implementation of which will provide bona fide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to effectively use the preferential regime,” Mishustin explained.
For further development of the rural areas of the country, the government continues to modernize the post offices there. “As the president pointed out, the postal service is one of the core industries and it must always work, and the services that people need must be provided as quickly and conveniently as possible,” the prime minister recalled. This year, a program to renovate post offices in the interior was launched. Approximately 1,200 will be modernized by the end of the year, after which this work will continue. “We will allocate five billion rubles for these purposes next year from the federal budget. This means that in almost a thousand more post offices located in remote areas, it will be possible to expand the list of services for citizens, put branches in order,” he said . Mikhail Mishustin.
In addition, the government has drawn up a bill that will expand opportunities for citizens to become familiar with the information stored in the archives. A unified state information system will be created, with the help of which it will be possible to search, view and copy materials via the Internet.