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Vladimir Putin insists that some CIS states be recognized as poorest and have their debts to international loan organizations written off, within the framework of the G-8 initiative
Russian President Vladimir Putin insists that some CIS states be recognized as poorest and have their debts to international loan organizations written off, within the framework of the G-8 initiative. Putin said so at a meeting with Cabinet officials on Monday. "We agreed from the beginning that we have very acute problems related to education, the fight against infectious diseases and poverty - both in this country and our immediate neighbors - CIS states," Putin said. "So the money envisioned for helping the poorest states - we should initially agree with the partners that a considerable portion of these resources should go for supporting our neighbors in CIS states in the post-Soviet space," he said. By objective characteristics, some of these states already belong to the group of the world's poorest countries, Putin added. Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin told the president at the meeting that Tajikistan, together with a country in Southeast Asia, had been added to the list of the world's poorest states
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