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MOSCOW, June 9 (Itar-Tass) - On Sunday, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin put his signature under several legal acts.
According to changes to the federal budget, the Bank of Russia’s part of revenues in 2012 will be transferred to the country’s budget.
The president approved changes from 2014 to the regulation of transferring budgetary assets for paying of several state benefits. Besides, Putin supported several changes caused by the adopted laws on protection of health and on education.
Changes to the country’s Tax Code specify VAT procedures for activities in export loans and investments, and a law which improves procedures of administering VAT benefits.
Putin signed a law, which brings in compliance with the Constitution, pension regulations for former military.
The president signed a law, which offers changes to the legislation to provide transparency of state authorities’ activities.
He also inked a law which lists good reasons for exemption from recruitment.
Putin approved ratification of agreements: with Mongolia on labour migration, and with the UAE on avoidance of double taxation.
Another approved law allows foreign leisure and sports sailing vessels travel across Russia.