The Ministry of energy of the Russian Federation in October sent to 45 leading companies of the energy sector document, which prescribes a weekly basis send the news represents good leadership. On it informs Agency Reuters, the disposal of which was a document.
“Life of most citizens has become much more calm, comfortable, and interesting. However, many examples are often left out of media attention… the challenge Before us is carefully and creatively approach to the selection of such reason and for the further proposals the media,” – said in a statement.
The document of seven pages stated that the news flow should form a “Ribbon of positive news”. In particular, the focus should be on creating new jobs, infrastructure and the achievements of science, especially those that received state support. As an example of positive news, the paper presents the achievements of the brigade of the Kuzbass miners under the leadership of Eugene Kosmina, who in July 2017 produced 1.6 million tons of coal, setting a monthly record that is similar with the Stakhanov movement in the Soviet Union, says the Agency.
Positive news should be sent on Mondays, at the latest by Tuesday morning. Among the companies that received the message – 17 public and 28 private, including Rosneft, Gazprom, LUKOIL, NOVATEK and Surgutneftegaz. The instruction sent by the first Deputy head of the presidential administration Sergei Kiriyenko, writes Reuters.
In Reuters associated with the appearance of this Directive in preparation for the presidential elections in Russia in March 2018, and “in which the incumbent President of Russia Vladimir Putin needs victory to keep the dominance in the political arena”.
The Agency recalled that in February it was reported about the request of the Kremlin to the energy companies to inform about positive developments that may influence public opinion ahead of the presidential elections in 2018.
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