For a large family from the village of Novoshahtinsk in Russia's Far East, a large, modern playground has been built. Fifteen children in the Kuzmenko family, including 12 adopted children, will be able to comfortably go out for walks and for shopping. Primorye Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky has promised to give the family a bus.
In addition, the head of the region will give orders to vice governors to look into other difficulties of the family, of which Elena Kuzmenko, the mother of 15 told during the televised Q&A conference with President Putin. According to her, it is necessary to make major home repairs. The family also has problems with medical care, because in the village there is neither children's doctor nor dentist.
Meanwhile, Miklushevsky said that this would not be a one-time act of assistance, but only a part of measures to support foster families. Currently, the regional government considers the possibility of increasing the regional component of financial assistance to such families. In the near future, foster families will be entitled to free land.
On April 25 during the Q&A conference with Putin, a girl from the Kuzmenko family, asked Putin to build them a playground near their house. The President ordered to fulfill the girl's request.