What do we need to get and what do we need to do? More than 1.5 million apartments and 300,000 individual houses annually; 40 children's wards and hospitals built and reconstructed; 420 centres for ambulatory oncology-related care; 230,000 new places in schools; 245 children's technology parks; 345 rural mobile technology parks for children; [...] 40,000 km of roads repaired in the regions, and the same number in major cities and their suburbs; almost 50 reconstructed airfields; the elimination of a huge number of city dumps; world-class centres. [...] These are totally specific things that will be used to judge the implementation of national projects — Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.
National projects require investment, and during the initial stage, while we are promoting them, people do not immediately see the results. Solving everyday issues fosters trust, which can ultimately be transferred to large-scale projects — Maksim Reshetnikov, Acting Governor of Perm Territory.
Our country lives in different material dimensions. I’m not talking only about money but also about opportunities. Our key task is to minimize these differences between regions so that regardless of where they live, people have normal living conditions, decent wages, the ability to choose work, normal housing, roads, medicine, and education — Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.