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The Far East will be further allocated 3,1 billion to support fertility
The Russian government will allocate from the reserve fund 3,1 billion rubles for additional measures to support fertility in the regions of the Far East. Measures will earn from 1 January of this year - in hindsight. This was stated by Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Russia Maxim Topilin.
According to him, a package of additional measures to support fertility in the Far East has already been prepared. The government made a decision to allocate additional money from the reserve fund for these purposes. According to the press service of the Ministry of Labor of Russia, the authorities of the Far Eastern regions have already adopted all the necessary acts to launch support measures and receive funding for them.
The ministry will submit the final package of additional support measures to the Russian government by April 1. Now families will receive at birth the first child an additional one-time allowance in the amount of two living wages per child. When a second child is born, parents will receive a surcharge to matkapitalu - 135 – 140 thousand rubles. Also in all regions of the FEFD, they will pay an allowance for the birth of their third child.