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NABEREZHNYE CHELNY, February 15 (Itar-Tass) —— Prime Minister Vladimir Putin urged regions to pay more attention to demographic problems.
“Resolution of demographic tasks largely depends on the work of regional administrations and their desire to create conditions for the life and self-realisation of people,” he said on Wednesday, February 15, at a meeting on demographic policy up to 2025 and regional healthcare modernisation programmes in 2011.
“I am confident that this should a number one task for governors,” the prime minister said.
He urged them to analyse the democratic situation in their regions in 2009-2011 and evaluate the effectiveness of their measures in this field.