Russian Academy of National Economy will train Crimea’s civil servants — Medvedev
Crimea authorities in the shortest possible time will be “reformatted” by Russian standards, said Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev speaking in Moscow at the meeting in support of socio-economic development of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol on March 24.
According to him, the administrative apparatus must be compact, there should not be new, unnecessary bureaucratic structures.
“The Crimea has its own authorities. We will have to restructure them according to Russian standards, as soon as possible, without stopping their activities, and of course without deterioration of their work,” said Dmitry Medvedev.
The PM stressed that already on 25 March, all ministries and departments should decide on setting up their territorial bodies on the peninsula, in accordance with the rules operating in other regions of Russia, informs the CM press service.
“Russian Academy of National Economy will train Crimea’s civil servants at the workplace,” the prime minister said.