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85 Transbaikal Families Received Regional Matter

85 Transbaikal Families Received Regional Matter
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85 families in Transbaikalia received regional maternity capital as part of the national project “Demography”. In 2019, the federal budget allocated 353,5 million rubles to the region for these purposes, and the payment amount is 135 907 rubles. Maternity capital is paid to families upon the birth of their second child. Funds can be spent on improving the living conditions of the family or on the education of children. According to the deputy minister of labor and social protection of the population of the Trans-Baikal Territory Yevgeny Kazachenko, the authorities of the region are working to increase the availability of social benefits for the population. “Today we are completing work on the conclusion of an agreement on the provision of maternal capital, both regional and federal, through the“ one-stop shop ”, the official noted.

Also in Transbaikalia there are other regional payments. If the first-born appeared in the family after 31 December 2018, parents can apply for a one-time payment in the amount of 23,6 thousand rubles. Large families with three or more children can also receive a monthly payment of 11,8 thousand rubles. One of the conditions for the provision of this allowance is the level of average per capita income in the family - it should be below the subsistence level. In total, there are 19 152 families with many families in which 63 174 children are brought up.