According to RIA Novosti, he made the corresponding statement during a speech at the board of the Federal Tax Service.
"For eight months of 2023, revenues to the country's budget system amounted to 29.4 trillion rubles with an increase of 2.4 trillion rubles (or 9%) compared to eight months of 2022," Yegorov said.
He added that revenues to the federal budget decreased by 7% compared to last year, which is associated with a decrease in world oil prices. At the same time, non-oil and gas budget revenues increased by 12% (or almost 2 trillion rubles compared to the same period last year) and amounted to 17.7 trillion rubles.
On September 22, the acting head of the Federal Customs Service (FCS) of Russia, Ruslan Davydov, said that the agency had transferred about 4.5 trillion rubles to the Russian budget.