St. Petersburg hosts "Strategic planning in the regions and cities of Russia: Tools and implementation resources" All-Russian Forum. More than a thousand participants from 60 regions of Russia, a number of governors, 12 State Duma deputies, representatives of federal authorities, and guests from 21 countries of the world take part in it.
The Forum was opened by Governor of St. Petersburg Georgy Poltavchenko. He recalled that it is the northern capital that is the pioneer of strategic planning in Russia, since the first strategic plan in the post-Soviet period was adopted here exactly 20 years ago.
"The experience of St. Petersburg is a success. That strategy is a "living" document, we live according to it. But, of course, time makes its own adjustments, now a new technological way of life is being formed, and the tasks of developing the digital economy set by President Vladimir Putin come to the fore. However, the priority is the augmentation of human capital. The Forum will help implement it in practice in all regions of Russia. After all, the Forum has become the most authoritative platform for strategic planning in our country," said Georgy Sergeyevich.
The scientific leader of the Forum, Professor, Doctor of Economics Boris Zhikharevich noted that during the event the issues of using modern technologies in strategic planning will be considered, experience of the most successful regional practices has been studied. Among them there was the experience of Yakutia: as it is known, in our republic Strategy of Social and Economic Development has been adopted and is being implemented until 2030 with a target vision until 2050.
Boris Savelievich noted that if earlier the Yakut participants were gaining experience at these forums, now they are ready to share it in master classes and round tables. The delegation of the Center for Strategic Studies of Yakutia is headed by its Director Valentina Kondratieva. She, as well as Acting Head of the Lensk District Administration Vasily Lukyantsev are among the participants in the discussion "Development of small towns: alternative approaches and creative solutions," which will be held on October 24.