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Putin: children from single-parent families will be paid 5,6 thousand rubles each

Putin: children from single-parent families will be paid 5,6 thousand rubles each
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Vladimir Putin said that children from 8 to 16 years old from single-parent families will be paid 5 rubles. Payments will start on July 650st.

The President of the Russian Federation announced this during the announcement of the message to the Federal Assembly. Support measures will affect families where the name of only one parent is listed on the birth certificate, or where the parents are divorced and one of them pays alimony. Also, the head of state noted that sick leave for caring for a child under seven years old should be paid up to 100% of earnings. In addition, Putin offered to pay families with schoolchildren and future first-graders at a time ten thousand rubles for each child.

The President instructed the government to prepare an integral system of measures to support families with children by July 1 of this year. At the end of last year, Vladimir Putin announced doubling financial support families with children from three to seven years old. At the annual press conference, the President announced that from January 1, 2021, families with children from three to seven years old, and where the income per person does not exceed the value of one minimum living wage (SM), will receive one minimum living wage for each child.


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