Senator Konstantin Dolgov praised the idea of introducing a zero rate of VAT on products ordered remotely during a pandemic. Earlier it was put forward state Duma Deputy Vasily Vlasov.
Any proposal of an economic nature, to its best, practical way — a preliminary discussion with the government— said Debts in comments to RIA Novosti.
He also emphasised that earlier, the legislators discussed a lot of initiatives aimed at easing the plight of the people. Thus, in 2021 the budget contains measures sotspodderzhki to citizens, and the senators insist that “all social obligations of the state to the Russians was accomplished.”
The MP also recalled the statement of the Ministry of industry and trade that, despite the limitations in pandemic coronavirus, retail outlets will not be closed, and “remote trade is no alternative”.
Earlier, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed the decision about what cars to transport people with disabilities will be exempt from value added tax, wrote NEWS.ru.