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Political scientist Mikheev confirms the availability of resources to support medicine and education in the Russian Federation

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Political scientist and broadcaster Sergei Mikheev said in an interview with SM-News that the state does not have the right to save money in medicine and education, bureaucratic arbitrariness in the distribution of funds for these sectors is especially unacceptable.

So, the expert commented on the recent statement of Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova that when determining additional payments to doctors, the regional coefficient will be taken into account, taking into account the standard of living in the regions of the country.

From January 1, 2023, healthcare workers and ambulance specialists in primary care, central and district hospitals will be able to count on additional payments.

Mikheev expressed confidence that Russia has sufficient resources for this. But he also stressed that money should “go where it’s needed.”

Economist Nikita Krichevsky previously said the Finance Ministry’s plan to combine CHI and VHI policies would put an end to Russia’s free healthcare system, INFOX reported.

Source: Riafan

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