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MOSCOW, October 25 (Itar-Tass) — The main direction of the work of a new government, if it is headed by Dmitry Medvedev after the elections, will be the modernization of all spheres of our life, Arkady Dvorkovich, assistant to the Russian President, said on Tuesday, responding to questions of journalists.
“Technical modernization is sure to become one of the main problems to be tackled by the new government, and the main problem will be the modernization of all spheres of our life,” he believes.
Dvorkovich did not make any forecasts about who could develop and control those directions in the new government. “Let us talk later about who will do that and what post each of us will hold,” he said.