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Dmitry Medvedev said he was hopeful that priority national projects would become routine work for the government and be based on concrete target indicators
First Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said he was hopeful that priority national projects would become routine work for the government and be based on concrete target indicators. “The work we are doing should become routine work for the government,” Medvedev said in a meeting with youth movement activists on Wednesday. He stressed that each priority national project has target figures and deadlines. “Otherwise it would be a programme of building communism,” he added. However, Medvedev stressed that the objectives addressed by the national projects would remain relevant after their completion in 2009. At the same time, he believes it would be too early to speak about new priority national projects. “We have yet to achieve the goals we have set. We should take up new national projects when we achieve tangible results under the current ones,” he said.
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