China vows to modernize army and expand military mightMilitary & Defense October 18, 11:41
Hundreds evacuated from central Moscow’s railway station amid bomb threatSociety & Culture October 18, 11:08
Russian top senator stresses inadmissibility of hostile rhetoric against North KoreaRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 18, 10:50
Kremlin highlighting rocky developments in Kiev, keeps close eye on eventsRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 18, 10:08
Ukrainian citizen, Right Sector member detained in Russia’s Rostov regionSociety & Culture October 18, 10:00
Kremlin comments on possible Putin-Trump meeting at APEC summitRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 18, 9:31
Iraqi president calls for dialogue with KurdsWorld October 18, 8:20
Syrian troops storm terrorist-held districts of Deir ez-ZorWorld October 18, 6:44
Clashes between police, protestors over in downtown KievWorld October 18, 5:38
GORKI, January 26. /TASS/. The situation on Russia’s labor market is under control, there are no major problems, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a meeting with the government.
“As far as labor market is concerned, it is under control, and there are no major problems there,” PM said.
Russian regions will get 50 billion rubles ($760 million) in budget subsidies for organizing temporary employment of people who have lost or face the threat of losing their jobs, Medvedev announced.
“Regions will get a total of over 50 billion rubles in federal budget subsidies for implementing additional measures for the support of the labor market in 2015,” Medvedev told a government meeting.
“I have signed a resolution, which endorses the procedure and the terms of distributing this money among Russian regions,” the premier said.