UDC 332.1: 338.24
E. A. STARIKOVA,
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Economic Policy and Public-Private Partnership of the MGIMO University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia Moscow, Russia
E. A. SHAMANINA,
Lecturer at the Department of Economic Policy and Public-Private Partnership, MGIMO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
M. G. CHERTOVSKIKH,
Expert at the Center for Applied Research of the Department of Economic Policy and Public-Private Partnership, MGIMO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
Relevance. Most countries have encountered difficulties in the process of implementing the SDGs into existing
national strategies and policies, since it has become obvious that this process requires systemic measures - starting
from the development of a set of SDG-related country indicators that are most relevant to a particular State, and ending
with the creation of special authorized bodies, national commissions or mechanisms for interdepartmental coordination
of activities in the field of sustainable development.
Objective is to review Russian conceptual documents (strategic planning) and the regulatory framework governing relations in areas related to the implementation of the sustainable development agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Results. The authors consider the existing targets within the SDGs on three «dimensions» of sustainable development – economic, social, and environmental, analyze the laws adopted in the Russian Federation, the materials of reports on the results achieved, as well as the current situation in the socio-economic and environmental spheres.
sustainable development, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, strategic planning, socioeconomic development, environmental policy, government regulation.