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Assignments of the Government of Russia Based on Results of World Forum In Unity with Russia

08.09.2016


On August 28–29 2016 in Moscow, upon an initiative of the Russkiy Mir Foundation, World Forum “In Unity with Russia” was held; Russian citizens, compatriots, living abroad, took part in it. On August 29, Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev met the Forum participants. Here we are publishing the full list of assignments, given to the ministries and institutions by the Russian Government based on results of the Forum.

Government of Russia

Assignments based on results of the World Forum In Unity with Russia

September 7, 2016, 3 p.m.

Dmitry Medvedev held a meeting on August 29, 2016. Based on its results, the following decisions were made and assignments were given (resolution -2-5328 dd. September 6, 2016):


1. To Minister of the Russian Federation M. Abyzov, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Culture of Russia (V. Medinskiy), Ministry of Education (O. Vasilyeva), Rossotrudnichestvo (L. Glebova) together with interested federal executive agencies examine an issue of possible participation of the citizens of the Russian Federation, permanently living abroad, in expert and advisory bodies under the federal executive agencies.


Report to the Government of the Russian Federation until November 1, 2016.


2. To Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Internal Affairs (V. Kolokoltsev), Ministry of Justice of Russia (A. Konovalov), Federal Security Agency (A. Bortnikov) - examine the need to take additional measures to simplify the procedure of obtaining citizenship of the Russian Federation for compatriots permanently living abroad and their children, with a special attention to the CIS countries.


Give agreed suggestions to the Government of the Russian Federation.


3. To Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Education (O. Vasilyeva), Ministry of Finance of Russia (A. Siluanov), Rossotrudnichestvo (L. Glebova) - examine the ways to support Russian schools abroad, in the countries with a large amount of Russian compatriots in the first place, including the possibility to reactivate previously working educational facilities together with interested federal executive agencies, Russkiy Mir Foundation, the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund and the Fund to Support and Protect the Rights of Compatriots Living Abroad.


Give suggestions to the Government of the Russian Federation.


4. To Ministry of Education (O. Vasilyeva), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Finance of Russia (A. Siluanov), Rossotrudnichestvo (L. Glebova) give suggestions to the Government of the Russian Federation on the issue of holding regular final stages of Russian language Olympiads for compatriots, permanently living abroad.


5. To Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Education (O. Vasilyeva), Ministry of Culture of Russia (V. Medinskiy), Ministry of Finance of Russia (A. Siluanov), Rossotrudnichestvo (L. Glebova) - develop additional supportive measures for educational, social, youth and children organisations, uniting the citizens of the Russian Federation, permanently living abroad, together with Russkiy Mir Foundation, the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund and the Fund to Support and Protect the Rights of Compatriots Living Abroad.


Give suggestions to the Government of the Russian Federation.


6. To Ministry of Culture of Russia (V. Medinskiy), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Economic Development of Russia (A. Ulyukayev), Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (I. Artemyev) examine a possibility of Russian citizens’ companies (permanently living abroad) participation in tendering activities for organizing events in the framework of cross-years and cultural seasons with foreign countries.


Report to the Government of the Russian Federation until November 1, 2016.


7. To Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia (S. Lavrov), Ministry of Internal Affairs (V. Kolokoltsev) examine together with interested federal executive agencies and give agreed suggestions on the issue of amending the Law of the Russian Federation, providing for visa-free entry to the Russian Federation for all the persons without citizenship, who permanently live in Latvian and Estonian republics.

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