Russian President Vladimir Putin subjected harsh criticism of the heads of regions, doctors in which still have not received the promised allowances from the state for working with patients with COVID - 19. Putin emphasized once again that all payment obligations must be closed today, 11 May.
Recall that the other day during a meeting on socio-economic issues, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin was informed that a number of regions I have not started payments yet. For example, doctors did not receive the promised money in Chukotka, in the Magadan region, in North Ossetia, in the Vladimir region, in Ivanovo and Kurgan. According to local officials, the doctors did not receive money, because the salary day had not yet arrived.
Putin - on payments to doctors: I gave specific figures for working with coronavirus patients. For the fact of work. No, you have bureaucratic around you! They started to consider something, some kind of clock! I ordered the clock to count or what? I hope everything will be done for today pic.
On this background 15 In May, during a conference call with the heads of the regions, President Putin emphasized that he had instructed to make payments until today.
Listen to me, listen carefully, we agreed - and it was clearly and clearly said that this money should be paid for work with patients with coronavirus infection ", -
The President was outraged by the fact that they began to operate on the ground "for some hours", calculating the surcharges due to doctors
I gave specific figures for working with coronavirus patients. For the fact of work. No, you have bureaucratic around you! They started to consider something, some kind of clock! I ordered the clock to count or what? ", -
the head of state angrily declared.
Recall this is not the first time that Putin is blaming officials for his slowness and disruption of his direct instructions. The other day, he complained, pounding his fist on the table for delaying the implementation of measures taken, expressing complaints against members of the government and regional leaders.