The Ministry of Labor has confirmed it is ready to reach 17 million children.
Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation to start paying & # 8220; school allowances & # 8221; from August 2.
Lump sum payments that families with schoolchildren will receive will amount to 10,000 rubles. Previously, the transfer was scheduled to start on August 16.
According to the head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov, the department is technically ready to start. According to him, 17 million Russian schoolchildren will receive financial aid, says TASS.
The decision was made during a back-to-school preparation meeting. During it, the Russian President announced the need to make the payments earlier than expected, so that the Russians can & # 8220; slowly & # 8221; prepare your kids for school.
& # 8220; So let's do it and start these payments… from next Monday & # 8221;, & # 8211; he said.
Earlier, Topnews reported that Putin signed a decree on payments to families with children.
The document says that from August to December of this year, those Russians who are raising children from 6 to 18 years old will receive a lump sum of 10,000 rubles.
People with disabilities aged 18-23 who are trained in 'basic general education programs' will also benefit.
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