Medvedev: anti-crisis plan of the current year in General is going well

MOSCOW, October 22. Work on crisis plan for this year in General is going well, challenges are a decent way, said Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, opening a government meeting.

“Overall, I want to say that the work on anti-crisis plan of the current year, despite the fact that I regularly all gather, listen to the reports, it occasionally scolding I give some mistakes, overall, I think, is going well, – said the head of the Cabinet. – Goals and objectives that were set for the plan are executed very decent way.”

The Prime Minister added that mostly achieved the indicators that guided the government. The work in this direction will be continued. “This work is regular and the end of the year, at least, it should be saved in the mode in which it is provided by the relevant decisions”, – concluded Medvedev.

At the same time, according to him, unequivocal approaches to the question of extending the anti-crisis plan for 2016 yet. “There are, of course, the fork in the future, including on whether to extend a bailout plan. We’ll talk about it, it will depend on the state of the economy. Now approaches a definite no,” said the Chairman of the Cabinet.

The anti-crisis plan of the government. Help

The Russian government has introduced anti-crisis plan – 60 measures indicative cost 2,332 trillion rubles, but the costs are not yet counted. The goal is to ensure the stability of the economy and social stability in 2015. To monitor the implementation of the plan will be an interdepartmental Commission.

The document provides allocation of seven key areas for the implementation of measures to combat the crisis. Among them – support import and export of non-oil, including high-tech products, the promotion of small and medium business, creating opportunities to attract funding in important sectors, including during the implementation of the state defense order, compensating additional inflation outlays of the most vulnerable categories of citizens, reduce tensions on the labor market, optimizing budget expenditures and increasing the stability of the banking system.