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MOSCOW, May 07, /ITAR-TASS/. On Wednesday, Russia's President Vladimir Putin, on the day of the second anniversary of his inauguration, will review, together with the government, the implementation of the "May Decrees". This will be the subject of discussion at a session of the presidential Commission for monitoring the attainment of the targeted indicators of the socio-economic development of Russia, the Kremlin press service reported.
"The leadership of the government and respective ministers will report the work being done on a number of key aspects, such as the development of health care, an improvement of the housing conditions of citizens, accessibility of municipal and State-provided services, a rise in the productivity of labour, as well as the development of the Far East," the press service report says.
In the process, special attention will be devoted to the government-approved state programmes as one of the main avenues of work to implement the Decrees signed in May 2012.