Since the collapse of the Soviet Union has not been enough time for cementing the foundations of the Russian state, however the process goes, and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is working on it constantly. This was stated press Secretary of President Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS.
on Thursday, speaking to the Russians, the President recalled that in historical terms after the Soviet Union collapse took very little time, and modern Russia is still in its infancy.
In his speech, Putin emphasized that our country is still very vulnerable, much has been done “live thread”, so Russia needs internal stability and the time to strengthen all institutions.
According to Peskov, in the near future the President intends to hold together with the government a number of measures relating to economic recovery.
Earlier it was reported that in April, Putin instructed the Cabinet of Ministers to prepare by June 1 a nationwide plan to rebuild the country from the effects of a pandemic coronavirus.
on 2 June the plan was presented to the President by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. Putin instructed to check the number of parameters of the national plan, stressing that its implementation should start on 1 July.
on 19 June the government was sent to the President a revised draft of the plan.