The Government of the Russian Federation was instructed to draft and implement a medical rehabilitation programme for 2021–2026. The federal budget will allocate 100 billion rubles to this end.
Additional funds must go to developing and upgrading public transport (50 billion rubles) and repairing local roads (30 billion rubles). The Government must also take steps to comprehensively develop rural areas, in particular support private housing construction and improve transport and utilities infrastructure in villages.
The programme of loans and federal grants for infrastructure projects will be extended for 2024 –2026.
An additional 20 billion rubles will be allocated from the federal budget in 2021–2024 for efforts to eliminate damage previously caused to the environment: cleaning the rivers, inland waters and territorial sea of the Russian Federation, salvaging sunken ships, and sealing up and cleaning out spent deposits and old oil and gas wells.
Effective January 1, 2022, the export of raw and unfinished coniferous wood and valuable hardwood from the Russian Federation will be prohibited. Customs checkpoints must be equipped with modern control systems to that end.
Starting in 2022, the Government will allocate an additional 150 billion rubles for the construction and upgrade of utilities infrastructure in the regions of the Russian Federation, primarily for the construction of modern sewage treatment facilities, among others, on Russia’s Black Sea coast, including the Republic of Crimea.
The Government of the Russian Federation must allocate at least 30 billion rubles through 2024 for the development of secondary vocational education institutions in the regions.
The Government of the Russian Federation, together with regional executive bodies of the Russian Federation and with participation of the United Russia party representatives, was instructed to draft a school renovation programme for 2022–2026. The President also gave instructions to monitor the implementation of the regional programmes of primary care modernisation.
In addition, the Government, together with the United Russia political party, was instructed to review the issue of building modern social infrastructure for active recreation and sports in small towns and villages.