The three-year program of socio-economic development of the Lugansk People’s Republic covers all spheres of life, LPR Acting Head Leonid Pasechnik said.   “We’ve thoroughly discussed the implementation of the Republic’s socio-economic development program for the next three years - with an outlook for 2030 - at a meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin and LPR government officials,” Pasechnik wrote on his Telegram channel.   The key guidelines are provision of pensions, availability of all types of social benefits and rebuilding of war-damaged housing and civil infrastructure facilities, he said.   The LPR leader said that he fully agreed with Khusnullin’s remark that “the better the social sentiment is the better the regional economic works.”   “Our priority is to ensure social protection of people and their confidence in tomorrow. Then we’ll have to gradually launch the economy and our enterprises. Supported by federal government bodies, we’ll be able to meet all the targets set forth in the program and make our people’s life better and more comfortable, the LPR leader said.   Earlier on Wednesday, Khusnullin inspected the progress in rebuilding the Severodonetsk area and housing construction in Alchevsk and Lugansk and chaired a meeting in Lugansk over LPR socio-economic development.   President Vladimir Putin had made federal ministers and deputy prime ministers directly responsible for fulfilling the economic development programs in the new regions.   At the meeting with Cabinet officials on April 19, the head of state said that he had seen the lamentable condition of roads during his recent visit to the LPR and instructed Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin to urgently deal with the issue of road widening and road repairs in the Gukovo checkpoint area on the border between the Rostov region and the LPR. Putin also ordered Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and his deputy Marat Khusnullin to explore the issue of raising LPR residents’ incomes.   The Lugansk People’s Republic, Donetsk People’s Republic and Zaporozhye and Kherson regions acceded to Russia on September 30, 2022 following the unification referenda. *i*v