Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko said that life expectancy in Russia has risen two years more than the target, according to statistics recorded since 2021, amid the development of the country’s healthcare system.

Murashko said at the My Clinic forum that figures as of the end of November showed that life expectancy in Russia had increased by more than 2.3 years since the end of 2021.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova pointed out at the forum that the average life expectancy in Moscow is 77.9 years, which is about the same as the average for 2030.

She noted that by 2030, the average life expectancy in Russia should be 78 years.

Source: News

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Angela Lee was born in Korea and raised in Alabama. She graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Journalism.

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