The Cabinet agreed with the proposals of the CSR expenditure on the social sphere, said Golodets

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The social block of the government of the Russian Federation agreed with the proposal of the Centre for strategic developments (TSSR) according to the size of the increase in budget spending on education and health in the next political cycle, told reporters Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets on the sidelines of the Gaidar forum.

«About the same. All coincide with the need to ensure that the most important is education and health,» — said Golodets, answering the question whether the numbers sotsbloka with what was proposed by the head of the Foundation Council of TSSR Alexei Kudrin.

Development strategy of the Russian Federation 2018-2024 years prepared by the Center for strategic research, comes from the need for a significant increase in investment in human capital and infrastructure development. According to the strategy of CSR and the share of expenditures on education and health in GDP is proposed to increase by 0.8 and 0.7 percentage points, respectively, on infrastructure — 0.8 percentage points.

Golodets also said that Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in his speech at the Gaidar forum also noted that expenditure on education and health would determine the development of the economy in the next political cycle.

«And what is very important, incomes, income growth should be the main and defining task,» — said Golodets.

The Agency «RIA Novosti» media group «Russia today» is the official news Agency of the Gaidar forum — 2018 «Russia and the world: aims and values». The forum organizer — the Russian Academy of national economy and state service under the President of Russia (Ranepa).

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