The Head of Bashkortostan, Radiy Khabirov, held a regular meeting with the heads of rural settlements of Aurgazinsky, Burzyansky, Gafurysky, Ishimbaysky, and Sterlitamaksky districts on May 24 in Tolbazy.
Topical issues of the socio-economic development of the territories are on the agenda. Representatives of ministries and departments and heads of district and city administrations took part in the discussion.
In his speech, the head of the region outlined the urgent tasks of the work of local governments shortly.
“We are working with you in a difficult development period of the country and the republic. I understand how difficult it is to work in rural settlements. We regularly hold meetings to hear your questions and suggestions and try to help solve them,” said Radiy Khabirov.
The head of Bashkortostan thanked his colleagues for supporting the participants in the special military operation and their families.
“We provide volunteer battalions with everything they need. We have taken measures to support the legal and financial plan. Your task is to know exactly which fellow countrymen are on the front line today and personally take care of their relatives and friends. There are no secondary issues here,” Radiy Khabirov emphasized.
The head of the region also said that the republic's economy is developing steadily in the face of modern challenges. This is also the merit of the heads of enterprises and municipalities, who effectively interact with each other.
“Bashkortostan is a powerful region, becoming the Russian leader in many respects. We have good dynamics for attracting investments to launch new enterprises. Our task is to help provide these industries with qualified personnel,” Radiy Khabirov explained.
At the end of his speech, the Head of the Republic drew attention to the need for a constant dialogue with residents of rural settlements on topical issues of municipal development.
Further, the seminar participants discussed topical issues of the development of rural areas. Among them are healthcare, public utilities, improvement of settlements, tourism, local government work, and effective interaction with residents.
Author: Azat Gizzatullin