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The decision was made following the results of Mikhail Mishustin’s working trip to this region.
Order dated July 15, 2021 No. 1933-r
The Chechen Republic will receive more than 249.9 million rubles for the purchase of additional medical equipment for the Republican Perinatal Center. This order was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
With the help of federal funding, this year the perinatal center will have additional ventilators, CT and MRI machines for newborns, a transport incubator (resuscitation complex) for transporting babies from other medical institutions, mobile and stationary digital X-ray machines, a plasma exchange system, analyzers for prenatal and neonatal screening, disinfection equipment.
Retrofitting the perinatal center will help increase the availability of high-tech medical care for pregnant women and newborns, expand the range of surgical and emergency care provided, and reduce infant mortality rates in the region.
Mikhail Mishustin visited the Republican Perinatal Center in Grozny in April 2021 during his working trip to Chechnya. Doctors of this center told the head of government about the lack of important equipment. The prime minister promised to help resolve the issue. After returning to Moscow, he instructed the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Development, together with the regional leadership, to determine the list of necessary equipment and submit to the Government a draft order on the allocation of funds from the reserve fund for these purposes.
Over the past few months, Mikhail Mishustin has visited three of the seven regions of the North Caucasus Federal District – in Republic of Dagestan, Chechen Republicas well as inStavropol Territory… Based on the results of working trips in Pyatigorsk On June 15, a meeting was held with members of the Government Commission on the Social and Economic Development of the North Caucasus. A number of important issues were discussed at the meeting, including the implementation of the program for the socio-economic development of the North Caucasus Federal District, the situation with the provision of medical care, the state of the social and transport infrastructure, the problems of the investment climate and the prospects for the development of the tourism industry. Most of the questions were reflected in the minutes following the meeting and in the list of instructions published earlier.
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