The Finance Ministry has proposed to reduce spending on the state armaments program for 5% 2021-2023 years

The Finance Ministry has proposed to reduce spending on the state armament program (GPV) to 5% in the years 2021-2023. It is reported by RBC with reference to the methodology for allocating budgetary allocations. As specified, this is one of the measures for the adjustment of the budget expenditures to ensure a balanced Federal budget for the next three years. The publication indicates that annual allocations under the ten-year state armaments program, approved by the President in 2018, classified, known only to its total volume. The defense Ministry noted that the implementation of GLS from 2018 to 2027, there are 20 trillion rubles. Currently, explained RBC Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov, the annual volume of the state defense order (SDO) is about 1.5 trillion After 2020, he had to start to decline, say in 2018, at a military meeting in Sochi Vladimir Putin. This is due to the fact that the level of modern weapons in the Russian army is approaching 60%, and by the end of 2020, the challenge is to reach 70% and maintain it till 2027. According to another source of the publication — chief editor of the magazine “Arsenal Fatherland” Victor Murakhovski, the first five years, the annual costs GWP roughly equal to the annual volume of the state defense order. He pointed out that the decrease is connected not only with the planned fall of the SDO, but with the difficult economic situation in the country, provoked by the spread of the coronavirus. According to him, the result of reduced allocations to the state armaments program by 5% over three years, the defense Ministry could be short of about 225 billion roubles.

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