• The government will establish a Commission on state cultural policy

  • The Russian government decided to establish a Commission on state cultural policy. The corresponding document was published on Wednesday, July 12, at body.

    "The Commission is created for the organizational, analytical and information support the development and implementation of state cultural policy, monitoring the achievement of its objectives, coordination of actions of subjects of the state cultural policy", — stated in the message.

    The document prepared by the Ministry of culture of Russia in accordance with the principles of state cultural policy, approved by the decree of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in 2014. The resolution was considered and approved at the government meeting on 6 July.

    According to the document, the Commission's main objective — "to develop and adjust strategic approaches to the implementation of the state cultural policy".

    Among the functions of the new body: monitoring the achievement of the objectives of the state cultural policy, evaluation of activities of Federal Executive authorities, drafting of the strategy of state cultural policy.


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