The Council members will brief the President on their work over the last year, outline future directions for work, and discuss a number of key issues, including humanising migration policy, preventing juvenile delinquency, and protecting citizens’ environmental rights.
The President will also present National Awards for outstanding achievements in charity and human rights work.
These awards were established in 2016 and this is the first time they are being presented. The winner of the National Award for human rights activity is Yelizaveta Glinka, executive director of the Spravedlivaya Pomoshch [Fair Aid] International Public Organisation.
The winner of the National Award for charity work is Alexander Tkachenko, general director of ANO Children’s Hospice.
The same day, Mr Putin will meet with President of the Eurasian Economic Commission Board Tigran Sargsyan to exchange views on current matters on the Eurasian integration agenda and to discuss the agenda for the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council’s meeting to be held in St Petersburg on December 26.