The State Duma summed up the results of the implementation of national projects in 2022
The national projects have shown their flexibility and relevance in the face of the challenges facing Russia. Due to which the necessary support was provided to citizens, sectors of the economy, as well as new regions of Russia. State Duma deputy Oleg Matveychev told VZGLYAD newspaper about this, commenting on the results of the implementation of national projects in 2022.
“We can say with confidence that all existing national projects have proven their relevance. In addition, last year it became obvious that they are able to adapt to emerging challenges and be extremely flexible,” said Oleg Matveychev, a political scientist and State Duma deputy.
"In my opinion, the projects related to construction and infrastructure have become the most significant in the new realities. This area gives economic growth even against the backdrop of sanctions. The construction sector is of particular interest for new regions of Russia," the parliamentarian noted.
“In addition, agriculture remains an important area in our country. Therefore, the support that is provided to the listed industries helps the economy of our country to effectively withstand the pressure of sanctions, increasing labor productivity,” the source said.
According to the deputy, it is extremely important that the implementation of national projects immediately began in new territories - in Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, as well as in the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics. So, for example, within the framework of the national project "Health", the President of Russia instructed to conduct a mass medical examination of children.
Also, within the framework of national projects, attention is paid to youth policy. "Support measures and the legislative framework in the field of youth policy are being regularly improved, especially with regard to supporting youth employment, entrepreneurship, science and much more," Matveychev said.
“Young people, of course, will always voice their problems, thereby creating a field for improving this area. But this is good. The state should pay more attention to ensuring that young people integrate into the life of the country and do not seek to emigrate,” the political scientist believes.
Summing up the assessment of the implementation of national projects in general, the deputy emphasized their maximum efficiency. “This assessment is evidenced by the data of sociological studies and the decisions of the authorities to extend the projects further. If they were not in demand among the inhabitants of the country or could not cope with the tasks of the state, then their implementation would have already ceased,” he notes.
"Obviously, national projects allow the state to focus its efforts on specific problems and quickly adjust to emerging challenges," the parliamentarian concluded.
Recall that in December, Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting of the State Council on strategic planning and national projects. The head of state called the rapid development of infrastructure in Russia a key condition for increasing business and investment activity and creating jobs.
The Russian leader in his speech also pointed out the need to speed up the preparation and adjustment of plans for the development of key sectors of the domestic economy, the military-industrial complex and the parameters of the state defense order. In addition, Putin focused on the inadmissibility of a formal approach to these issues.
The President called on relevant departments to accelerate work on creating a digital health profile of a citizen, as well as work on creating 25 new world-class university campuses.
In addition, the government was instructed to increase the resource of infrastructure budget loans, allocate an additional 250 billion for the development of transport, communal and social infrastructure, and programs for the modernization of housing and communal services.
In 2022, as part of the implementation of national projects, a large number of socially significant facilities were built, reconstructed and opened. Thus, the development of master plans for 25 cities of the Far East has started and the implementation of the large-scale program "1000 Yards" has begun. The educational program "Priority 2030. Far East.
A major cardiological center has been opened in Yakutia under the Single Subsidy program, and a Center for Nuclear Medicine has been opened in Buryatia. Russia's largest world-class radiotherapy center has started operating in the Novosibirsk Region. A large-scale project for the construction of 22 kindergartens has been completed in Yamal. And in the Trans-Baikal Territory, the world's first specialized full-cycle land grain terminal was put into operation.
Traffic was opened on the Blagoveshchensk-Heihe cross-border road bridge and on the Nizhneleninskoye-Tongjiang cross-border railway bridge. Construction of the second bridge across the Ob River began in Ugra. In the Middle Urals, through traffic was launched along the Yekaterinburg Ring Road (EKAD), and a reconstructed section of the M-5 highway was opened in the Chelyabinsk Region.
As part of the implementation of national projects, a program for the development of the Northern Sea Route was approved and the first subsidized coastal voyages along the NSR of the nuclear container ship Sevmorput were launched. A new river port is being built in the Tver region, which will become part of a major transport hub in Central Russia.
Europe's largest basketball training center for youth was opened in the Kuban, and the country's largest Center for Youth Innovative Creativity was opened in Karachay-Cherkessia.