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Students in the Amur Region can subscribe to specializations online

Students in the Amur Region can subscribe to specializations online
Photo: Russian Post Press Service

Students and teachers of educational institutions of the Amur Region can subscribe to specialized publications online. This can be done through the website or mobile application of the Russian Post.

According to the press service of the Russian Post, the company's catalog contains a large selection of special editions that will help in the preparation of abstracts, term papers and theses. Svetlana Matvienko, director of the Department of the Federal Security Service of the Amur Region, noted that in the context of restrictive measures for coronavirus, the remote format of services is especially in demand. The subscription process only takes a few minutes.

In order to subscribe, on the Russian Post website or in the mobile application on the page https://podpiska.pochta.ru you need to type the name of the magazine or newspaper in the search box, add it to the cart, select the delivery period and pay online.

Elderly people who are on self-isolation can call a mobile postman at home by calling the toll-free number 8-800-1-000-000. The postman of the nearest branch will call you back and arrange a visit time to subscribe. You can subscribe to newspapers and magazines in any region of the country - for example, as a gift to loved ones or neighbors who need support.

Russian Post also offers to take part in the "Good Tree" campaign. You can join at podpiska.pochta.ru/derevo-dobra and donate a subscription to leisure and educational publications to any social institutions and veterans' homes.

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