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Dmitry Medvedev signed an order to allocate funds to the All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean" in Primorye

At a meeting with Deputy Prime Ministers, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called for the development of federal centers for the improvement of children: "Ocean" in Primorye and "Eaglet" in the Krasnodar Territory. The head of government said that the order on the allocation of money has already been signed, according to the official website of the Russian government.

- In fact, we need to develop all our federal centers for children's health improvement, both "Ocean" and "Eaglet", according to which I signed an order on the allocation of money and, of course, now "Artek". Others should be equal to them, - said Dmitry Medvedev.

In the near future, the All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean", as well as other leading children's centers in Russia - "Artek", "Orlyonok" and "Smena", will become specialized. They will retain the universal nature of their activities, but at the same time they will become specialized in one or several areas.

According to Eteri Marzoeva, head of the educational complex of the All-Russian Children's Center Okean, a program for the development of Okean for the period up to 2020 has been developed: “It is in this program that we focus on the fact that Okean began to specialize in directions of scientific and technical creativity of children and educational and research activities ”.

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