December 19, 2008
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed the decree “About the Council at the Office of the Russian Federation President for the Affairs of the Disabled”, where Head of the President Office Sergei Naryshkin was nominated to the post of the Council Chair, the Kremlin press service reported.
“In order to implement the government policy in the area of social protection of the disabled, I hereby resolve to establish the Council at the President Office of the Russian Federation for the Affairs of the Disabled”, the decree, in particular, states.
One of the Council’s main objectives is to develop suggestions to form and carry out the government policy with regard to disabled people, to determine ways, modes and stages of implementing it.
The decree comes into effect since the day it is signed.
29 April 2009
Victor Khristenko, the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, chaired a working meeting with Board Chairman and Director of Novartis Daniel Vasella.
In the course of the meeting, they discussed perspectives of the company’s growing presence in the Russian market by means of expanding the manufacturing and research infrastructure in Russia.
Our congratulations go to all colleagues who take part in providing content for the Information Space System of the All-Russian MS Society, on a top place award of the All-Russian Website Competition ‘Positive Content-2010’ within the framework of ‘RUNET 2010 Awards’ (RUNET is Russia’s biggest Internet provider). The All-Russian MS Society’s website became the prize-winner in the special nomination of the Russian Agency for Society Information Development (RARIO) ‘The best website to develop voluntary initiatives’. We thank all for their work and contribution in this victory!
According to the aggregate results of the STADA Group, overall sales in 2007 reached €1.57 billion, which beats the results in 2006 by 26 percent; €990.7 million out of the figure (63 percent) fell on international sales (sales beyond Germany). The dynamics growth figure for international sales of the STADA Group’s produce rose by 30 percent as compared to 2006.
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