Krasnodar, 9 September. Last week, Adyghean Head Murat Kumpilov held a working meeting dedicated to arrangements for hot meals at schools.
What was at issue was breakfasts for junior pupils and welfare beneficiaries. Local dwellers reported that not all students were receiving breakfasts. It happened because the hot meals price standard had changed which, in its turn, led to scarcity of funds needed to cover the meals to be served for the 10,000 welfare beneficiaries living in Adyghea.
“Russian President Vladimir Putin has set a task to provide free hot meals to junior schoolchildren, and this task has been resolved successfully. However, we should not neglect the issue of providing meals to children of socially vulnerable categories who had for many years been fed free of charge at schools. No failures in this work can be tolerated,” Mr. Kumpilov announced.
According to Adyghean Vice Prime Minister Natalia Shirokova, all pupils of first to fourth forms are getting free meals in the region.
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