Mikhail Mishustin at a government meeting. Photo: Dmitry Astakhov/POOL/TASS
In the next 8 years, the business can breathe: the moratorium on scheduled inspections has been extended until 2030. This was announced by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a government meeting on Friday.
Only companies whose activities are classified as extremely high and high risk, as well as dangerous production facilities and hydraulic structures of danger class II, will be subject to inspection. The rest can sleep easy.
Mishustin recalled that this decision is part of the reform of control and supervision activities. According to him, this will allow maintaining the general trend of improving the business climate in the country.
Let’s remember that a year ago, Vladimir Putin ordered the government to abandon most of the planned inspections.
Payments to World War II veterans were also discussed at the government meeting. As Mikhail Mishustin said, those awarded the sign “Inhabitant of besieged Stalingrad” will receive additional benefits. The prime minister recalled that this year marks the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad, which became a turning point in the course of the Great Patriotic War.
According to Mishustin, starting this year the inhabitants of besieged Stalingrad will receive privileges and guarantees of social protection. This:
– The right to receive two pensions at the same time.
– Monthly payments in cash.
– the opportunity to improve housing conditions, if necessary, at the expense of the federal budget.
As Mishustin noted, the inhabitants of Stalingrad deserve the greatest respect.
– They survived the Great Patriotic War, the cruelest and bloodiest in world history. We are obligated to give them due care,” Mishustin said.