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Putin's message will change the lives of Kamchatka families

Putin's message will change the lives of Kamchatka families

The new measures of social support voiced by Russian President Vladimir Putin during his annual address to the Federal Assembly will change the lives of many Kamchatka families for the better. The governor of the region Vladimir Ilyukhin is sure of this.

Regional maternal capital for the first child began to be paid in Kamchatka in 2019. Now federal payments will be added to it. In the message, the head of state pointed out the need for the introduction of mother capital for the first-born, which this year will amount to a little more than 466 thousand rubles.

“In the Kamchatka Territory, in terms of support for motherhood and childhood, more than 30 support measures are in place, including maternity capital, payments to families with disabled children, housing for families with four or more children, payments to support large families,” noted Governor of the region Vladimir Ilyukhin.

Starting from the new year, the above measures will be supplemented by payments for children from three to seven years old. They will be received by families whose incomes do not exceed one living wage per person. This decision is intended to improve the demographic situation throughout the country and in the Kamchatka Territory in particular. Since 2008, the number of large families in the region has tripled to more than 3,8 thousand.

In addition to unprecedented measures to support the birth rate in the country during the message, President Vladimir Putin voiced the possibility of amending the Constitution. Residents of the Kamchatka Territory will be able, along with other Russians, to participate in the discussion of each decision.

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