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The Prime Minister gave instructions on the results of a working trip to the Altai Krai

The Ministry of Education has two weeks to prepare proposals for additional support for teachers who have moved to work in villages and small towns. This order was given by the Chairman of the Government Mikhail Mishustin following the results of a working trip to the Altai Krai. The task must be completed by April 1.


A significant part of instructions is devoted to education issues. Thus, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Construction and the Ministry of Finance should work out the project implementation for the construction of two schools in the Altai Krai within the framework of the public-private partnership mechanism. 


The Ministry of Digital Development and the Ministry of Education together with the regional management are obliged to provide the Internet connection to the Bolshetikhinskaya primary school and the Chistoozerskaya secondary school of the Zavyalovsky district. The target date is September 1.


The Ministry of Education was also instructed to equip the Barnaul school No. 53 with the necessary equipment as part of the project to introduce a digital educational environment. 


Another set of instructions concerns the development of the region's production potential. Until April 15, the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance will have to work out mechanisms to support companies that are engaged in the manufacture of components for the automotive industry, as well as decide whether it is possible to increase financial assistance to agricultural machinery manufacturers. Until May 31, the ministries were instructed to provide additional funds for preferential leasing of equipment for the light industry.


Until May 31, the Ministry of Industry and Trade should also inform companies engaged in additive technologies (3D Printing) about existing state support measures and involve them in developing a strategy for the industry development for the next 10 years.


Mikhail Mishustin visited the Altai Krai on March 2. This region became the first region in the Prime Minister's working trip to the Siberian Federal District.


The region is one of the ten territories for which a special individual program of socio-economic development has been developed. Every year, 1 billion rubles is allocated for the program implementation. The support measures are aimed at life quality improvement and economic potential development.


The Prime Minister visits such regions on working trips in order to check the implementation of individual development programs and find out what other assistance is needed.


Later, Mikhail Mishustin also visited the Altai Republic, the Republic of Tyva, the Novosibirsk and Kemerovo regions.


Original article is on the website: The Russian Government

17 march 2021