Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation

Leonid Grigoryev
Chief Adviser to the Head of the Analytical Center
Leonid Grigoryev

Countries should unite to fight poverty

“As a rule, inequality among the population slightly reduces during financial crises, and during the crisis caused by the pandemic, the rich have remained rich and the poor got poorer. Therefore, Putin's speech at the Davos Forum is very important,” Leonid Grigoryev, Chief Adviser to the Head of the Analytical Center, said on OTR TV channel.


Competition between two types of Russian gas intensifies in Europe

Competition between various types of Russian gas intensifies or weakens depending on demand in Europe and alternate markets, mostly in the Asia Pacific region, as well as the standing of foreign suppliers, Analytical Center expert Alexander Kurdin told the newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

Rossiyskaya Gazeta
Leonid Grigoryev
Chief Adviser to the Head of the Analytical Center
Leonid Grigoryev

NPP construction in Uzbekistan to give relief from colossal headache

A nuclear power plant is able to become an important element of stability of Uzbekistan’s electric power network, as projects of such a scale give a relief from colossal headache, chief advisor to the Analytical Center head Leonid Grigoryev said in an interview with


Pandemic boosts digital transformation of public administration

The forced digitalization has become one of the most pronounced consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, deputy head of the Analytical Center, head of the Project Office for the Digital Economy National Program Grigory Kharitonov said.


Funds for coverage of highways by communication to be sequestered

State subsidies for works related to the coverage of federal highways by cellular communication will be abolished. Konstantin Ganeyev, Deputy Head of the Analytical Center’s Project Office for the Implementation of the Digital Economy National Program, told the Izvestia daily that the funds envisaged for these purposes in 2019 and 2020 have been sequestered due to the lack of demand from operators for the proposed support measures in the form of subsidies.