The government will support the transport industry, catering and tourism

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the Government will provide support to transport companies, catering and tourism. This was stated by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

“the Government will provide the primary targeted support for the most affected sectors in the framework of anti-crisis plan and measures that we have developed to support small and medium business”, – quotes TASS of the word mishustina.

He explained that the government will help the organizations working in the market and in the aviation industry. In particular, assistance will be provided to airports and airlines, which carry out the removal of people from countries with unfavorable epidemic situation.

According to mishustina, for providing assistance to air carriers from the Reserve Fund allocated 1.5 billion rubles. The Prime Minister added that at the moment are also being developed measures to support organizations working in the field of culture, leisure, entertainment, sports, tourism, hotel business and public catering enterprises.

on the Eve of Vladimir Putin instructed to determine the list of sectors of the economy that are most affected by the coronavirus. In addition, there will be organized a permanent monitoring of the economic situation in the country. These instructions the President gave the following treatment to the Russians on March 25 in connection with the situation around the spread of coronavirus.

on March 10, Sergei Sobyanin announced the creation of the Operational headquarters for the protection of the urban economy, which is headed by the Deputy mayor of Moscow for economic policy and property and land relations Vladimir Yefimov. The staff helps companies to negotiate with banks and to participate in the rebuilding of supply chains and marketing.

the Mayor stressed that the city authorities are watching the situation in the business sectors most affected by the coronavirus. According to him, the impact was more on the catering, tourism, transport.

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