MOSCOW, November 27 (Itar-Tass) — Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev confirmed the country’s state programme for support of employment, the government’s press service reported on Tuesday.
The state programme’s objective is to offer legal, economic and institutional conditions for effective development of the labour market.
Among major indicators are: unemployment level, satisfaction of request for foreign staff and others.
The state programme comprises of sub-programmes: “Active employment policy and social support for the unemployed,” “Foreign labour migration,” “Development of labour market’s institutions.”
The term of the programme is 2013–2020. The state financing for the period of the programme is 639.9 billion roubles, where the federal budget allocates 569.3 billion roubles. In 2012 and during 2014–2015 the financing will make 229.7 billion roubles, where 205 billion roubles will come from the federal budget.
The order on the programme is available on the government’s site www.government.ru.