Mishustin allowed clarification of the state defense order for the needs of the RF Armed Forces as part of a special operation

Tank conveyor in machine assembly shop No. 130

Tank conveyor in machine assembly shop No. 130 of Uralvagonzavod (file photo)

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Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin did not rule out that the state defense order for 2022 would be adjusted to the needs of the country’s Armed Forces as part of a special operation in Ukraine. He announced this on Monday, October 31, during a meeting of the coordinating council.

The Prime Minister stressed that it is necessary to adjust the management mechanisms and create a strict control system, transmits Interfax. He noted: if necessary, proposals should be prepared to clarify the state defense order and relevant documents, including those that coordinate the supply of raw materials and components.

This applies, among other things, to logistics, transport and communications, Mishustin said. He added that it is important to set up feedback between producers and consumers. Then the first will quickly receive a response and know how to improve products. And the Russian military will be able to “solve their tasks more effectively.”

The Prime Minister also asked the head of the Ministry of Defense and the heads of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the National Guard to report on the needs for the missing works and services and submit proposals for concretizing the targets.

Establishment of a coordinating council for meeting the needsarising in the course of a special military operation, the President of the Russian Federation approved on October 21. As Prime Minister Mishustin pointed out, the purpose of the council is to quickly take measures to fulfill tasks in all key areas. Among them are the supply of machinery and equipment to the Russian military, as well as construction work.

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