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Head of the Accounts Chamber at a meeting with the President of Russia criticized the state program for the development of the Far East

The state program for the socio-economic development of the Far East, as well as the North Caucasus and Kaliningrad programs "do not yet meet the goals and objectives for the medium and long-term development of the regions." Tatiana Golikova, Chairperson of the Accounts Chamber, said this to Russian President Vladimir Putin at a working meeting, which took place on September 16 in Novo-Ogarevo.

As the press office of the Accounting Chamber informs, "it was about the effectiveness of the implementation of government programs adopted by the government and their compliance with the strategic goals and objectives of the state's development." "Suffice it to say that, as of July 1, 2014, the Far Eastern program within all expenses is executed at 1,6%. Probably, this is not very decent in today's conditions, when the money is enough to solve those ambitious tasks that are set within this program and within your decrees, "said Tatyana Golikova.

In accordance with the instructions of the President of Russia, the Accounts Chamber conducted a comprehensive analysis of all 40 government programs approved by the government, as well as analyzed the compliance of their indicators and activities with the indicators of the May decrees and the main strategic documents of the country. Reports on the work done are published in the issue of the Bulletin of the Accounts Chamber. It says, in particular, that the composition of tasks and a set of activities of the state program “Social and economic development of the Far East and the Baikal region” “do not ensure the implementation of directions and priorities of state policy in the macroregion defined by strategic planning documents”.  

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