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Putin: it is necessary to expand the list of services of "Russian Post"

Putin: it is necessary to expand the list of services of "Russian Post"
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Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that the list of services provided by Russian Post should be expanded. In some small and remote settlements, people cannot receive certain services, and "there is mail almost everywhere."

The head of state announced this today at a meeting with members of the government and the leadership of the United Russia party. Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko replied to the President that the post offices will provide state services.

Experiments to expand the list of postal services were carried out in the Novosibirsk and Ulyanovsk regions, as well as in the Primorsky Territory - postmen helped to identify those in need, and also provided assistance in registering at the EPGU in their branches.

Until October 1, the Russian government will discuss proposals for the repair and re-equipment of post offices. Budget funds will be allocated for this.

Earlier on the Kremlin website was published list of orders President following the results of the second stage of the XX Congress of "United Russia". In particular, by November 1, the Cabinet of Ministers, together with the Russian Post, must ensure the expansion of the list of services in post offices, including the possibility of providing residents with medicines.

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