State Duma decided to use only Russian cars 20:31

The Duma Council unanimously decided that deputies should use only products from the Russian automobile industry. This was reported by press service Chambers of the Russian Parliament.

“The Duma Council unanimously decided that deputies should only use cars produced in Russia,” the message said.

The decision has already been made to provide only domestic cars to MPs in their own constituencies as of 2024.

According to State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin, this decision will help the development of the Russian automobile industry. In addition, budget funds will remain in the country.

On September 15, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation shared the following plans: will buy Lada Aura, business sedans for the needs of officials. The ministry confirmed AVTOVAZ’s intention to start production of Lada Aura in 2024. This domestic car will stand out with an additional quarter meter of space in the cabin for rear seat passengers.

The average price of a Russian car before Established record.

Source: Gazeta


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