MOSCOW, November 30. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin instructed the Ministry of Economic Development to submit to the government within 10 days a draft resolution on extending the current moratorium on unscheduled inspections of businesses, the government press service reported on Thursday.
““Mikhail Mishustin set the Ministry of Economic Development the task of submitting to the government within 10 days a draft resolution on extending the current moratorium on inspections until 2024,” the message says.
Previously, such an instruction was given by Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting with the Cabinet of Ministers.
The Cabinet of Ministers added that an exception, as this year, will be made for extremely high-risk and high-risk facilities, as well as inspections carried out by control authorities based on indicators of the risk of violation of mandatory requirements.
“Objects of extremely high and high risks include social, industrial facilities, certain types of activities that have a maximum or close to it level of risk of harm in the relevant area,” the Cabinet explained.