The fulfillment of the provisions of the message of Russian President Vladimir Putin to the Federal Assembly is an unconditional guideline for the Russian government. This was announced on Thursday, April 22, by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at a government meeting.
Mishustin urged to start performing tasks without waiting for the formal release of instructions.
“Yesterday (April 21 – Ed.) The President delivered a message to the Federal Assembly, which named specific steps necessary for the development of our country, its economy and social sphere. The head of state proposed measures to resolve issues that affect every citizen, ”said the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
He stressed that the government, together with the deputies of the State Duma, members of the Federation Council and regional authorities, must do everything necessary to implement the orders of the President of the Russian Federation.
“It is necessary to start this work today, I ask you to immediately start working on the instructions of the head of state and prepare the necessary legal basis. This is primarily about new measures to help families with children, ”added Mishustin.
The Russian leader delivered his annual address to the Federal Assembly on April 21. In his speech, the head of state touched upon various topics related to the internal structure of the country, as well as its international policy. In addition, he touched upon the issue of the economic well-being of the state, outlining further strategic plans for the development of Russia. He devoted 78 minutes to his speech instead of the planned hour.
On the same day, the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, said that a list of instructions based on the results of the Russian president’s message to parliament would be promptly prepared.
In turn, leading Russian economists told Izvestia that the implementation of the entire range of support measures from Putin’s message to the Federal Assembly may require about 1.5 trillion rubles from the budget.