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Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin instructed to conduct an inventory of passports of federal projects approved for the implementation of 42 initiatives for the socio-economic development of Russia until 2030.

By February 7, proposals on organizing this work should be submitted by Deputy Prime Minister – Head of the Government Staff Dmitry Grigorenko and the Government’s project office. They were also instructed to organize further methodological support and monitoring of the implementation of federal projects, including in terms of financial support.

The project office of the Government will conduct an inventory of passports together with the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of Finance and project managers. It should be completed by February 14, and a report on the results submitted to the Government.

Mikhail Mishustin instructed to pay special attention to the creation of a project management model, providing for feedback from citizens.

The list of initiatives for socio-economic development until 2030 was approved by the Government in October 2021. They are divided into six areas: the social sphere, construction, ecology, digital transformation, technological breakthrough and the state for citizens.

The projects of the social block – there are ten of them in total – are focused on saving people’s health, creating opportunities for self-realization and personal growth. On the Construction track, which includes seven initiatives, the main focus is on upgrading infrastructure and creating a comfortable living environment.

The direction “Ecology” is represented by four initiatives. We are talking about the recycling of waste and the careful extraction of mineral resources, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, the elimination of hazardous landfills and emergency facilities.

The Digital Transformation section includes five initiatives that, in particular, will simplify the interaction of citizens with government agencies.

The Technological Breakthrough block included 15 projects from various fields – from the agricultural sector to nuclear energy and electric transport. They will accelerate the renewal of the most important sectors of the economy, help create additional incentives for business and attract large investors.

Finally, the measures from the section “The State for Citizens” will help to focus the work of the authorities around the interests of a particular person.

For each initiative, specific results are indicated for two planning horizons – up to 2024 and up to 2030.

About 3 trillion rubles are planned for the implementation of initiatives until 2024. Funds for these purposes will be taken from the federal budget and the National Welfare Fund. It is also planned to attract private investment.

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