Putin signed a new decree may on the development of the Russian Federation until 2024
The President pointed out that until that time the country should be among the five largest economies in the world.
MOSCOW, may 7. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree that defines the national development goals of the country for the period up to 2024. This was reported by the press service of the Kremlin.
Instructions to prepare the corresponding decree Putin gave the head of his administration Anton Vaino on the results of the message to the Federal Assembly on March 1, 2018. The order stated that the document should define the national development of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2024, including the increase in population and life expectancy to 78 years by 2024 and to 80 years by 2030, increasing the quality of life of citizens, increase of their real income above inflation and halving the level of poverty in the country, ensuring economic growth above the world and joining the Russian Federation in the five largest economies in the world, improving the housing conditions of not less than 5 million families annually, the creation of mechanisms for the support of talents, etc.
It was also instructed to determine in a decree the targets in such areas as health, education, demography, housing and the urban environment, international cooperation and export, productivity, small business, roads, environment and digital economy. In addition, the decree had to be laid down targets of the comprehensive plan for the modernization and expansion of trunk infrastructure until 2024.