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MOSCOW, November 15 (Itar-Tass) — The Kremlin believes it is too early to speak about Dmitry Medvedev’s program in the capacity of the country’s prime minister after the presidential elections, although the head of state thinks about his future work, Medvedev’s press secretary Natalia Timakova said on Tuesday.
“The head of state is performing his duties and thinks into the future,” she told journalists. “Bearing in mind previously announced plans, it is only natural that the president is thinking over key areas of his future work.”
“As for his program or its name, it is too early to speak about that,” she noted. “Among unconditional priorities there will be modernization of all sphere of life of Russian society, promoting efficient economy, and efforts to raise living standards of Russian citizens.”
According to the Tuesday issue of the Vedomosti newspaper, the work on such a program has already been kicked off.