Employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia were awarded class ranks of the state civil service of the Russian Federation

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The corresponding Order was signed by the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin on February 24 this year.

The class rank of State Counselor of the Russian Federation, 2nd class, was awarded to:

Sharafutdinov Roman Naremanovich, Head of the Department of Rescue Operations at Water Objects and the Organization of Underwater Works of the Office for the Safety of People at Water Objects;

State Counselor of the Russian Federation 3rd class:

Velichev Sergey Vladimirovich, Head of the Investment and Construction Department;

Kakaulin Sergey Mikhailovich, Referent of the Department of Organization and Development of Communications of the Department of Information Technologies and Communications;

Kirillova Nadezhda Viktorovna, Assistant of the Department of Administrative Practice, Inquiry and Legal Support of the Department of Supervisory Activities and Preventive Work;

Makarov Alexander Vitalievich, referent of the Department of International Affairs.

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Marat Khusnullin: The Supervisory Board of the Territorial Development Fund made a decision regarding almost 600 deceived equity holders

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The Supervisory Board of the Territorial Development Fund decided to pay financial compensation to almost 600 affected equity holders. They purchased housing in eight houses that were never completed. This was announced by the Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin.

“According to the decision of the Supervisory Board, another 599 people will receive cash payments. They bought apartments in eight unfinished houses located in six regions of our country,” said Marat Khusnullin.

These houses are located in the Moscow, Orel, Sverdlovsk, Tomsk regions, the Republic of Bashkortostan and the Perm Territory.

“Seven developers have not fulfilled their obligations to citizens, however, thanks to the mechanisms of the fund, their rights will be restored in the near future,” said Konstantin Timofeev, general director of the fund.

The total amount of compensation will amount to 2,347 million rubles. The fund will publish information about the start of payments for the specified objects on its official website – fund214.rf in the near future.

To date, according to the decisions of the Fund’s Supervisory Board on payments, the rights of 29.9 thousand equity holders have been restored. They received compensation totaling 66 billion rubles. The Fund encourages citizens to more actively apply to the office of an authorized bank for their money.

List of houses for which compensation will be paid:

1. Moscow region:

– 1 house of the developer ZhSK “Vozrozhdenie” at the address: g. about. Serpukhov, st. Chernyshevsky, bldg. one

– 1 house of the developer Zhilsotsstroy LLC at the address: Klimovsk, st. Shkolnaya, 41 (review of the decision in connection with the appeal of the subject about the impossibility to complete the construction)

2. Republic of Bashkortostan:

– 2 houses of the developer JSC “Integral” at the address: Ufa, st. Akhmetov, on a land plot limited by the street. Akhmetov, Schmidt, in the alignment of residential buildings 302-284 on the street. Akhmetova (revision of the decision in connection with the appeal of the subject about the impossibility to complete the construction)

3. Oryol region:

– 1 building of the developer LLC “Promservis-Universal” at the address: urban-type settlement Znamenka, st. Marshal Kulikov

4. Perm region:

-1 house of the developer PJSC “SMT No. 14” at the address: Permsky district, Gorny village (Dvurechenskoye village), st. Konnikov, d. 3a, lit. pos. one

5. Sverdlovsk region:

– 1 house of the developer LLC “Native City Real Estate Agency” at the address: Serov, st. Zaslavsky, d. 12, block A

6. Tomsk region:

– 1 house of the developer LLC “Company Aspect” at the address: Tomsk, st. Krasnoarmeiskaya, 7

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Alexander Novak’s working meeting with Vice President of the Sudan Sovereignty Council Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo

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The parties discussed bilateral economic cooperation.

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Alexander Novak’s working meeting with Vice President of the Sudan Sovereignty Council Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo

Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak and Vice President of the Sovereignty Council of the Republic of Sudan Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo discussed the future development of Russian-Sudanese economic ties.

Alexander Novak pointed out that Sudan is Russia’s important partner in Africa. “We have considerable potential for a friendly, the development of trade, economic dialogue and investment cooperation and the implementation of new projects, including in the energy sector,” he added.

The parties also noted Sudan’s considerable interest in developing cooperation in the mining and oil sectors, the construction of electricity infrastructure and the peaceful use of nuclear energy.

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Mikhail Mishustin meets with Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus Roman Golovchenko

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The meeting took place on the sidelines of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council meeting.

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Mikhail Mishustin: Mr Golovchenko, friends,

Mikhail Mishustin meets with Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus Roman Golovchenko

I want to heartily greet you and ask you to say hello and convey our best wishes to President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on behalf of President of Russia Vladimir Putin and from me personally.

Our meeting today in Nur-Sultan aims to strengthen our integration ties within the Eurasian Economic Union and to ensure the growth of trade and economic cooperation in the interests of our peoples. And, of course, not everyone is happy about it; the Western countries are trying to divide us and hinder our efforts. But being here during these difficult times, we show everyone that we stand together. President of Russia Vladimir Putin has spoken in detail about the current developments and outlined the objectives of our country and described the situation.

We sincerely value neighbourly, allied and brotherly relations with our Belarusian friends. Our peoples are united by a common culture, historical and spiritual values. This year, we mark the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations and are interested in bringing our cooperation to a new, higher level, in strengthening integration in the Union State and launching new projects. It will allow for the creation of a common economic and social space, primarily in the interests of the citizens of our countries. And it will probably become the best response to the illegal sanctions of the West against Russia and Belarus.

More to be posted soon….

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Working meeting of Alexander Novak with Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Sudan Mohammed Daglo

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Issues of bilateral economic cooperation between the countries were discussed at the meeting.

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Working meeting of Alexander Novak with Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Sudan Mohammed Daglo

Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak and Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Sudan Mohammed Daglo discussed the prospects for the development of Russian-Sudanese economic relations. According to Alexander Novak, Sudan is an important partner of Russia on the African continent. “We have significant potential for a harmonious dialogue, development of cooperation in trade, economic and investment areas, promotion of new projects, including in the energy sector,” he added.

During the talks, the interest of the Sudanese side in the development of cooperation in the mining and oil fields, in the construction of an electric power infrastructure and the use of peaceful atom energy was also noted.

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The regions of the Russian Federation are preparing to receive another 764 people from the Lugansk People’s Republic

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On February 25, at a meeting of the operational headquarters led by the Acting Head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry Alexander Chupriyan, the results of the work were summed up and tasks were set for receiving and providing comprehensive assistance to refugees from the LPR and DPR.

Currently, about 17.5 thousand people are located in 232 temporary accommodation centers in 15 constituent entities of the Russian Federation. In readiness to receive citizens, 678 TACs have been prepared on the territory of 49 constituent entities of the Russian Federation with a total capacity of more than 60 thousand people.

Today, another 764 people from the Lugansk People’s Republic are expected to arrive in the Rostov region. There are 2 trains in motion, following to the Oryol and Tula regions. 2 more trains are planned for the possible delivery of people to the Kaluga and Novgorod regions.

In two camps of life support of the Russian Emergencies Ministry at checkpoints, work continues to provide financial assistance, medical examinations and testing for COVID-19. Psychologists provided assistance in 3.5 thousand cases.

More than 1,300 calls were received on the hotline phone.

In total, a grouping of more than 8.2 thousand specialists and 2,640 pieces of equipment is involved. Over the coming weekend, work on the reception of refugees is planned to be completed.

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Alexander Novak meets with Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran Khan

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Alexander Novak meets with Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran Khan

Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak had a meeting with Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran Khan.

Alexander Novak stressed that Russia is actively working with Pakistan and is its long-term partner in various economic areas. “Trade between our two countries has been growing, standing at $697 million at the end of 2021. We are discussing opportunities for cooperation in IT, banking, and reconstruction in the housing and utilities sector and on transport,” Mr Novak said.

Alexander Novak also noted that the fuel and energy sector has acquired special significance in bilateral relations. “The two countries are intensively developing cooperation in fuel and energy. The energy sector may gain key importance in terms of new major joint investment projects and energy supplies. Our flagship project, Pakistan Stream, will make it possible to tap new natural gas sources and deliver natural gas to remote, densely populated, industrialized northern parts of the country,” he said.

Russia is interested in organizing gas deliveries to Pakistan, he added. “We are ready to consider the possibility of supplying Russian natural gas to Pakistan by using or expanding the existing gas transport infrastructure or building a new one. Russian companies are also interested in supplying LNG,” he added.

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Mikhail Mishustin’s meeting with Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov

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The meeting was held on the sidelines of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council’s meeting.

Excerpts from the transcript:

Alikhan Smailov: Mr. Mishustin, Nur-Sultan welcome committee, Kazakhstan.

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Mikhail Mishustin’s meeting with Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov

We are grateful to you for personally attending this meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council. Interaction between our countries is developing in compliance with the spirit and principles of the Agreement on Good-Neighbourliness and Alliance in the 21st Century. Active political dialogue between President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin is the key to the rapid growth of our cooperation in all areas.

The priorities of our bilateral cooperation were set out during a recent meeting of our presidents in Moscow on 10 February.

This year we will mark 30 years of diplomatic relations. Over that period of time, we have developed a stable, trust-based and constructive dialogue and have attained a high level of interaction.

We are grateful for your words of support and condolences over the tragedy in Almaty. I would like to thank our Russian friends and colleagues and all our CSTO allies for their support and prompt assistance.

The Russian Federation is the main trade and economic partner of Kazakhstan. In 2021, our trade increased by 29 percent.

Russian companies are among the top five investors in Kazakhstan. Russia is also the undisputed leader among companies with foreign capital in Kazakhstan. Companies with Russian capital account for over 30 percent.

We can see positive changes in our industrial cooperation. We are implementing eight major projects worth approximately $2.6 billion and another 12 projects worth $1.4 billion are on the table.

We are promoting our partnership in the implementation of oil and gas conversion projects. KazMunayGas and Tatneft are building up cooperation in this sphere. They have signed an agreement on the joint production of butadiene and butadiene rubbers. Another Russian investor, Sibur, has been attracted to the construction of plants to produce polyethylene and polypropylene.

We are also promoting cooperation in agroindustry. Last year, bilateral trade in this sector grew by 32 percent. But there is great untapped potential in this area. More efforts should be made to build up mutual trade, improve its structure and expand the product range. We invite the Russian agribusiness to cooperate more closely with us. For our part, we are ready to create the most favorable conditions for this.

Mr Mishustin, I am sure that the rate at which Russia-Kazakhstan cooperation has been developing will continue to grow in all areas. The Government of Kazakhstan is ready to provide all-round support to this.

Mr Mishustin, you have the floor.

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Meeting of Mikhail Mishustin with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus Roman Golovchenko

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The meeting took place on the sidelines of the meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council.

From the transcript:

Meeting of Mikhail Mishustin with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus Roman Golovchenko

Mikhail Mishustin: Dear Roman Aleksandrovich, Dear friends!

I want to cordially greet you all and ask you to convey greetings and best wishes to the President of Belarus Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko from the President of Russia Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and from me personally.

Our today’s meeting in Nur-Sultan is aimed at strengthening our integration ties in the format of the Eurasian Economic Union, ensuring the growth of trade and economic cooperation in the interests of the peoples of our states. And of course, not everyone likes it, the Western countries are trying to divide us, to interfere. But here, with our presence in this difficult time, we tell everyone that we are together. President of Russia Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin gave detailed assessments of the current situation, he clearly outlined the tasks of our country and the characteristics of the current situation.

We sincerely value good-neighborly, allied, fraternal relations with our Belarusian friends. Our peoples are united by a common culture, historical values ​​and spiritual values. This year we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations and are interested in taking our cooperation to a new, higher level, strengthening integration in the Union State, and launching new joint projects. This will make it possible to form a common economic and social space in the interests, first of all, of the citizens of our countries. And this will probably be the best response to, among other things, the illegal sanctions of the West against Russia and Belarus.

Last year we made significant progress towards integration in the Union State. On a systematic basis, the main directions for the implementation of the provisions of the Union Treaty and the 28 adopted Union programs approved by the Presidents of the Russian Federation and Belarus on November 4, 2021 are being implemented.

In the coming period, it is necessary to focus our efforts on the implementation of integration agreements, to ensure control over the implementation of regulations and international treaties.

The Government of the Russian Federation has already established coordinated work in this area with its Belarusian counterparts.

As for trade and economic cooperation, we note that it is developing successfully, despite the unfavorable global situation and the pandemic. In 2021, our mutual trade increased by more than 34% compared to 2020 and amounted to $38.5 billion. We have exceeded the pre-pandemic level of 2019 quite seriously (the amount is $35.5 billion).

Russia ranks first in terms of accumulated investments in Belarus. You have about 2.4 thousand companies with Russian participation, and this number is growing. Major joint projects are being implemented in the field of automotive, agricultural machinery, and the logging industry. It is very important to create the most comfortable conditions for the business of our countries, to launch new cooperation projects.

The construction project of the Belarusian nuclear power plant is being successfully implemented. New opportunities are also opening up in other areas of the peaceful atom. First of all, I mean the creation of a center for nuclear research and technology on the basis of a Russian research reactor.

Last year, we fully restored air traffic. Citizens of Russia and Belarus fly without any restrictions to all airports, including those open for international flights. We try to develop contacts between people as much as possible, to strengthen interaction in the field of education, science and culture.

On Sunday, February 27, a referendum on the draft of a new constitution will be held in Belarus. And, of course, we wish our Belarusian friends a successful event.

Most recently, on February 18, in Moscow, Presidents Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko discussed the most important issues of our cooperation. I propose to focus the work of our governments on the implementation of the decisions that were taken by the heads of our states.

You have the floor, dear Roman Aleksandrovich.

Meeting of Mikhail Mishustin with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus Roman Golovchenko

Roman Golovchenko: Thank you. Dear Mikhail Vladimirovich, members of the delegation. I am very glad to meet you again. For the first time this year, but we often communicate with you, the presidents communicate, we, the members of governments, are in constant contact, the highest dynamics in joint work. We have a permanent group that considers topical issues of interaction at the level of deputy prime ministers. Moreover, they often arise, and largely as a result of difficulties imposed on us from outside. For most of them, we find acceptable and profitable solutions for us. You said about the trade turnover, everything is absolutely correct. According to our statistics, it is even slightly higher, and this is the best trading result in the last nine years.

And this is all, as you rightly said, despite the ongoing and illegitimate sanctions and other attacks on both Belarus and Russia by the so-called collective West. Therefore, the way we are responding to this is probably an example of a successful partnership and allied relationship that is being tested and strengthened in this difficult environment. Today, the President of our country, holding a meeting with the security bloc, said that within the framework of allied obligations between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, due to the fact that near our borders there is an ongoing accumulation of NATO forces and means, the Belarusian armed forces and other military formations ensure security on Western borders of the Union State. As the President said, not a single bullet or shell will hit the back of a Russian soldier from this direction.

Therefore, I think that by implementing the agreements we reached last year, which were sealed by a decree of the Supreme State Council, we will certainly reach new frontiers, and work in these areas has been organized. As we agreed, we have organized control and monitoring of implementation, and we regularly check how our agreements are being implemented.

Let me remind you that by the middle of this year, by July 1, we must conclude one of the most important agreements in this package – on the principles of levying indirect taxes. We agreed on one of the very important elements – an agreement on customs affairs. All issues were resolved in a constructive manner. And this, I think, is a good indicator that the work is organized effectively and that the principles we agreed on are working.

Of course, there are many difficulties, especially for the Republic of Belarus, which has long been subjected to pressure from outside. Nevertheless, once again I want to express my gratitude for the constructive, fraternal approach to resolving these complex issues. Especially during this period, which, apparently, will be difficult for the Union State as a whole, and for the economy of Belarus, and for the Russian economy, so I think it would not be superfluous to synchronize our approaches to anti-sanction measures. Today I propose to also talk about this, and, of course, taking the opportunity to discuss all those current issues, which, among other things, were discussed by the heads of state. So I suggest you get to work.

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A new site has been opened in the Iskitimsky district of the Novosibirsk region, functioning as a correctional center

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The event was attended by: Acting Deputy Director of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Lieutenant General of the Internal Service Konstantin Bereznev, Deputy Governor of the Novosibirsk Region Sergey Semka, Head of the Iskitimsky District of the Novosibirsk Region Yuri Sablin, Deputy Prosecutor of the Novosibirsk Region Pavel Smagorinsky, Director of Berdsky Brick Plant LLC Viktor Golubev.

The site was opened at the Novosibirsk educational colony of the GUFSIN of Russia in the Novosibirsk region, with a filling limit of 100 places, for convicted men. Supervision of convicts will be carried out by 11 employees.

The new site, which functions as a correctional center, is the fourth in the region and was created on the basis of the newly erected building of Berdsky Brick Plant LLC, with a total area of ​​1407 square meters. The opening of the site will increase the number of available places for those sentenced to forced labor to 353.

The UVITs is equipped with everything necessary for autonomous life. The premises are equipped with: a duty station, staff offices, there is a modern technical complex for the supervision and control of convicts, which includes more than 30 video cameras and a biometric control terminal.

– To date, in all territorial bodies of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, 189 institutions have been created that execute punishment in the form of forced labor: 39 correctional centers and 150 sites functioning as correctional centers, with a total capacity to accommodate 15,282 people. Work to expand the network of correctional centers in the regions will continue this year, – said Acting Deputy Director of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Lieutenant General of the Internal Service Konstantin Bereznev.

Forced labor is an alternative to imprisonment for persons who have committed minor crimes. Convicts live in dormitories, work at enterprises of any form of ownership. Convicts enjoy the rights of ordinary citizens, they are not prohibited from using mobile phones and the Internet. Punishment in the form of forced labor has been applied by the courts since 2017, and every year this judicial practice is expanding.

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