Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev at a meeting with governors in Pskov asked them “not to talk about the challenges of life.” So he responded to another complaint about the lack of money, reports Radio Liberty.
“Please do not tell about the difficulties of life: it’s difficult,” – said Medvedev governors who complained to him about the lack of money in the regions.
16 Aug regional leaders complained about the difficulties with budgets and requested government support, however, the Russian Prime Minister said that “each region shall earn its revenues and advised of the Pskov region to develop tourism.
In may in Crimea by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev appeared in front of outraged pensioners requiring the indexation of pensions. In response to complaints Crimean pensioners the Russian Prime Minister said: “no Money,” and added: “You stay here, you all the best, good mood and health.”
August 3, Medvedev told the teachers: “you Know, I get asked that: teachers and teachers. It’s a calling. And if you want to earn money, there are lots of wonderful places where you can do faster and better – the same business. Well, you went into business, I take it? Well here”.