The YaNAO authorities are expanding the powers of the anti-crisis headquarters


The anti-crisis headquarters will coordinate the interaction between the economy and the government
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The authorities of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug are expanding the powers of the Anti-Crisis Staff and the Commission to ensure the sustainable development of the economy and the social stability of the Autonomous Okrug. According to the published document, they will address public procurement issues with a single supplier and coordinate the interaction between the economy and the authorities in building logistics routes for the import and export of products.

“Under the pressure of external sanctions on Yamal, measures are being developed to ensure the socio-economic stability of the region.

The anti-crisis headquarters includes Governor Dmitry Artyukhov, members of the YNAO government, Chief Federal Inspector Alexander Yamohin, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Sergei Yamkin, head of the district count Svetlana Guseva and department directors. The document emphasizes that the headquarters is a collegial advisory body for the implementation of state policy in the field of increasing the stability of the region’s economy in a period of financial instability.

The YNAO anti-crisis headquarters will be able to request the necessary materials from the district executive bodies and involve scientists, experts and experts in the search for a solution. The Commission for Ensuring Sustainable Economic Development and Social Stability of the Autonomous Region will address the issue of headquarters on an ongoing basis.

Sanction pressure on Russia has been on the rise since the early 2000s, according to Russian authorities, and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin noted that the purpose of sanctions is to eliminate Russia, ban its culture, taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events. Sanctions against Russia, Japan and the European Union have come into force. The Kremlin stressed that the Russian Federation has enough reserves to cope with the imposed restrictions. Later, Putin signed a decree on retaliatory sanctions against Western countries.

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The authorities of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug are expanding the powers of the Anti-Crisis Staff and the Commission to ensure the sustainable development of the economy and the social stability of the Autonomous Okrug. According to the published document, they will address public procurement issues with a single supplier and coordinate the interaction between the economy and the authorities in building logistics routes for the import and export of products. “Under the pressure of external sanctions on Yamal, measures are being developed to ensure the socio-economic stability of the region. The anti-crisis staff includes Governor Dmitry Artyukhov, members of the YNAO government, Chief Federal Inspector Alexander Yamohin, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Sergei Yamkin, head of the district count Svetlana Guseva and department heads. YNAO Anti-Crisis Staff will be able to request the necessary material from the district executive bodies and involve scientists, experts and experts in the search for a solution. stability of the Autonomous Region will deal with headquarters issues on an ongoing basis. Sanction pressure on Russia has been on the rise since the early 2000s, according to Russian authorities, and has intensified in recent months. Russian President Vladimir Putin noted that the purpose of sanctions is to eliminate Russia, ban its culture, taboo the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events. Sanctions against Russia, Japan and the European Union have come into force. The Kremlin stressed that the Russian Federation has enough reserves to cope with the imposed restrictions. Later, Putin signed a decree on retaliatory sanctions against Western countries.

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