Golikova believes that poverty in Russia is actually reduce by half by 2030

the Goal for the reduction of poverty in Russia in 2 times by 2030 is achievable, but will require additional financial measures. This was stated today to journalists the Vice-Premier of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova.

“the Reduction of poverty by half, which is designated by the President as one of the main national goals, it also requires the support of additional financial measures”, — quotes RIA “news” the Deputy Prime Minister.

however, she believes that “this goal is achievable”.

the Recall before it became known that Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the national development of the country until 2030. The document was adopted “in order to implement a breakthrough development of the Russian Federation, increase of population, increasing living standards, creating comfortable conditions for their stay, as well as the disclosure of the talent of each person.”

In particular, among the national development goals of Russia — preservation of the population’s health and well-being of people, opportunities for self-realization and development of talents, comfortable and safe environment for life, decent, effective work and successful entrepreneurship and digital transformation.

According to the document, by 2030 it is expected to “reduce poverty in two times in comparison with indicator of 2017”. In addition, should ensure that GDP growth rate Russia higher than the average while maintaining macroeconomic stability.

Putin Also instructed for the period until 2030 to ensure sustainable growth of incomes of Russians and the level of pension is not lower than inflation.

Meanwhile, six in ten (60%) of Russians believe that Russia is in economic crisis. These are the results of a survey conducted by the “ROMIR”.

As experts of research holding “the figure continues to rise in 2017 — then, it was stated by 40% of respondents”.

While a third of respondents (33%) believe that now our country has some economic problems. The share of such answers, on the contrary, decreases: in 2017, it was equal to 46%, in 2019 — already 38%.

“Only 2% of Russians said that in Russia everything is good and there are no economic problems there. This is one of the lowest for all time of supervision”, — stated in the study.

As the experts found out that for most Russians, the crisis manifests itself in the growth of prices on goods and services (80%), reduction of staff (60%) and wages (54%). The devaluation of the ruble noted 43% of respondents, and another third (32%) — payment difficulties loans experiencing strong growth over the whole observation period.

Commenting on the findings, the President of research holding “ROMIR” Andrey milehin noted that “the pandemic continues to influence the lives of our compatriots, and the issue of the dangers of the virus and/or deal with it remains open”. “Not change, only the fact that the Russians feel all the painful consequences: layoffs, rising prices, the threat of poverty and other”, — said the expert.

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