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The Ministry of Finance estimated the costs of declared social measures by Putin

The Ministry of Finance estimated the costs of declared social measures by Putin
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Social measures announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin will cost nearly 450 billion rubles. They will become additional expenses from the 2020 state budget.

As told RT Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov, according to the agency’s estimates this year, the implementation of the measures announced by the president will require from 400 to 450 billion rubles. Money will be allocated by prioritizing pledged expenses and unspent resources in past years.

On the eve of Putin, during a message to the Federal Assembly, he proposed a number of social measures, including extending the capital program until the end of 2026, introducing mothercapital for the first-born and monthly payments for children aged from three to seven years.

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