For Russia, drug security is currently a top priority in the healthcare sector and a precondition for the country to reach an entirely new level given the realities of the current challenges. The governments immediate agenda includes maintaining the availability of medicines, ensuring the financial stability and technological independence of pharmaceutical industries, and fulfilling state guarantees for the provision of drugs to society. In a country with stable drug security, each citizen must be sure that his/her life and health are reliably protected. Such confidence is primarily manifested in the trust of society and peoples approval of the actions of state institutions. Today, it is not only crucial to unite the key regulators, the expert community, and society and establish the openness and transparency of various processes, but also to build a space for understanding and cooperation. Peoples health and lives are a primary focus of the laws of humanism and go beyond political boundaries. What solutions will get the healthcare and medical supply industry out from the pressure of sanctions? What strategies for the import independence of the pharmaceutical industry are protecting the governments interests? How can the state and society build a dialogue towards trust and cooperation? What is the best way to ensure national drug security and guarantee that Russian citizens regularly have high-quality and effective drugs available to them?