The Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev during a bilateral meeting with acting Governor of Sevastopol Dmitry Ovsyannikov instructed the head of the city to continue implementation of programs of social construction. On Friday, August 4, reports the press service of the government of Sevastopol.
"It is obvious that the results of the work of the authorities and you as a leader are manifested in those social objects that have managed to build in recent time, as any social construction in the previous period was not conducted, no kindergartens, no schools, no on roads. These programs should continue", — said Medvedev Ovsyannikov.
The Prime Minister also appealed to the head of the city to "ensure the realization of these tasks on objects of the city."
Ovsyannikov has noted that the authorities of Sevastopol with the support of the government "increased its pace of work in all areas, including social sector". "This year in Sevastopol put 2 kindergartens. Until the end of the year will be handed over three more. This is the first social objects over the past 20 years (...). In the next three years in Sevastopol will be built 12 sites that will completely cover the turn to these institutions. In addition, we are building kindergartens and schools. The first will be commissioned by 1 September," — said acting Governor.
On the same day, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation carried at shipbuilding plant "Sea" in Feodosia a meeting on the state and prospects of development of the industry on the Peninsula. It was attended by Deputy Prime Ministers Dmitry Rogozin and Arkady Dvorkovich, the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov and Ovsyannikov.
Medvedev noted that "Sevastopol and Crimea have great industrial potential." The Prime Minister also expressed the view that the most promising areas for development in the city will be the instrumentation, the modernization of the grid infrastructure in the framework of the project "Energinet" program to create the conditions to ensure the leadership of Russian companies in the new high-tech markets.