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Matkapital for the first-born in Russia will begin to pay in March

Matkapital for the first-born in Russia will begin to pay in March
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Maternity capital for the first child may begin to issue in March-April 2020. This was stated in the State Duma Committee on Social Policy. In order to provide this and other support measures voiced by the president, it is necessary to amend the existing laws “On monthly payments to families with children” and “On additional measures to support the family”.

As reported "News"Deputies intend to consider the introduced bills as quickly as possible, as well as amendments to the budget that will be required due to the appointment of new payments. They promise to start issuing maternity capital for the first-born and monthly benefits for children from low-income families from three to seven years old this spring, in March or April.

But with another task that Vladimir Putin set in his message, it will not be possible to quickly cope. According to Tatiana Solomatina, a member of the Duma committee, the shortage of doctors is 50% and it takes at least five years to eliminate it.

There are problems with housing. Often in small towns where the Zemsky Doctor program specialists travel, it cannot be rented or bought due to lack of free space. As for salaries, in the opinion of Tatyana Solomatina, the issue of their equalization should be addressed at the level of the government and the Ministry of Labor, and not at the level of regions, which often do not have the means