19 January 2010, Tuesday, 14:11
author: Elvira Latypova, Lubov Kolokolova | photo: Andrey Starostin
The theoretical part of the second day of the seminar for heads of municipal and city administrations is over and the work trip to Ufa enterprises is yet to come.
The economical questions are in the focus of attention today and the Prime-Minister of Government RB Rail Sarbaev heads the work of the seminar. He opened the second day with the detailed report about main directions in social-economic development of our Republic and about tasks, standing before the municipalities.
The Vice-Premier, Minister of finances RB Airat Gaskarov, Minister of industry and external economic relations RB Uri Pustovgarov and Minister of economic development RB Eugene Evtushenko also took the floor re some aspects of local self-government.
The head of the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service in RB Zulfira Akbasheva told about new requirements in the order of municipal contracts and about mechanisms of auctions.
The Prime-Minister of Government RB Rail Sarbaev summed up the second day of the seminar in a short interview.
“We’ve discussed the economic block of questions today, considered the prospects of economical development till 2020 and the tasks, standing before our municipalities. We were talking in details on all spheres. Now we realize plenty of projects, able to bring new workplaces and to provide additional deductions to the budget. We’ve discussed the ways to fill the taxation base up and some opinions aroused serious discussions”.
In opinion of the Prime-Minister the seminar is very important because the legislation is changing all the time and the seminar helps to know some of its nuances better.
Answering the question concerning state aid for business in 2010 Rail Sarbaev underscored the sum of the financial support would be preserved at the level of 2009, if taking all intakes in totality, including the means of the venture and the security funds.
“We’ll support the enterprises in real sector of economics first of all and our priority remains unchanged – the sphere of real production” – the Prime-Minister underscored.