Tatarstan Prime Minister presents special vehicles to the Department for wildlife protection
4 August 2014, Monday
On August 4, Tatarstan Prime Minister Ildar Khalikov took part in a solemn event of handing in keys from new special vehicles, - motor boats, cars and oversnow vehicles to employees of the Department for wildlife protection of the republic.
Speaking at the event, Ildar Khalikov said that increasing department’s material resources is going very well. He noted that new vehicles would help employees of the Department rapidly response to different situations and fulfill their duties successfully.
On behalf of Tatarstan President the Prime Minister thanked employees of the Department for wildlife protection of the republic for their effective work. Head of the Department Dmitry Ivanov told correspondents of IA “Tatar-inform” that machinery upgrading was underway during 2.5 years.
On 19 May Tatarstan Prime Minister Aleksey Pesoshin took part in the XIII International Economic Summit Russia – Islamic World: KazanSummit 2022 held in Kazan dedicated to the common consumption economy and the universal benefit of Halal.
On 19 May Minister of Economic Development of Russia Maksim Reshetnikov visited Innopolis where he was met by Tatarstan Prime Minister Aleksey Pesoshin, Deputy Prime Minister of the republic Roman Shaykhutdinov, the regional Minister of Economy Midkhat Shagiakhmetov, the Mayor of the City of Innopolis Rustan Shagaleyev and other officials of the republic.
On 18 May at their meeting at the Innopolis University, Tatarstan Deputy Prime Minister Roman Shaykhutdinov, a delegation from the Gazprom Transgas Tomsk headed by the Director General of the company Vladislav Borodin and the administration of the University discussed implementation of joint projects within the 2022-2023 road map.
On 17 May, speaking at a briefing in the Tatarstan Cabinet of Ministers, the regional Minister of Education and Science Ilsur Khadiullin said that in the current year amendments to the USE (United State Exam) tasks have been made in all 11 subjects and the exam time has been shortened for two of them.