The UN recognized that sanctions no longer affect Russia
Russia has adapted to sanctions and even with their preservation the country is emerging from the crisis and begins to demonstrate a positive growth of the economy, said special rapporteur of the UN Council on Human Rights Idris Jazari.
The UN representative met with the Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building Andrei Klishas and expressed his vision of the situation in Russia today.
According to Jazari, the Russian economy did not just adapt to the situation. “New structures are emerging, new investments are emerging. They reach the stage of production. There are new models of trade. They require costs at the initial stage, but over time their effectiveness increases,” he said.
Thus, we can speak not about the leveling of losses, but about the creation of new economic schemes and technological chains that allow for the growth of economic indicators.
Original: В ООН признали, что санкции уже не влияют на Россию
Industrial production in Russia will support 80 billion
The Russian government allocates 80 billion rubles to support industrial production, said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. Money, in particular, will go to support engineering, light industry and other manufacturing industries, as well as to create modern productions.
The construction and repair of roads in seven Russian regions – Buryatia, Tyva, Rostov, Kostroma, Ryazan and Yaroslavl regions – will allocate 2.5 billion rubles
Another 5 billion will be allocated for landscaping and the formation of a comfortable urban environment. “In the coming years, we will carry out large-scale work on the improvement of yard territories, pedestrian areas, squares, parks,” Medvedev explained at the government meeting.
Original: Промышленное производство в России поддержат 80 миллиардами