MOSCOW, August 22 - RAPSI. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a resolution requiring certain state officials to report annually on their personal property and revenues, as well as on the assets and liabilities of their spouses and underage сhildren.

The resolution was posted on the government's website on Tuesday.

This will apply to the personnel of the Foreign Economic bank (VEB), the State Atomic Energy Corporation (ROSATOM), Russian Technologies State Corporation, Olympstroy State Corporation, the Fund for Reforming Housing and Public Utilities, the Deposit Insurance Agency and the State Company for Russian Highways (Avtodor).

The data will need to be submitted on an annual basis, no later than April 30 following the reporting year. Employees must report on their own revenue during the reporting period from all sources (including salary, pension, benefits and other payments) and on property and liabilities as of the end of the reporting period. Employees must also provide similar information with regard to their spouses and underage children.

The information provided by employees will be audited for accuracy and thoroughness in accordance with Russian legislation. All information submitted will remain confidential.