In the Legislative Assembly of the region, an enlarged meeting of the KYC working group was held, at which additional measures were discussed to restore the sphere of children's recreation and health improvement. The event was held by the first deputy chairman of the Kuban parliament Nikolai Gritsenko. The instruction to create a working group from among the deputies, representatives of executive authorities, parliamentary factions, which is looking for new areas of support for the sphere of children's recreation and health improvement, was given by the chairman of the regional parliament Yuri Burlachko at one of the gliding meetings of the deputies, where they talked about the results of the next health campaign children. “Our common task with you in order to overcome the consequences of the pandemic, preserve the network of recreation and recreation organizations for children, as well as resume their stable work and sustainable development, accelerate the development of measures to support the sphere of children's recreation, as well as promptly implement the measures already taken to keep the network of institutions children's rest from complete liquidation ", - Yuri Burlachko emphasized then. The meeting of the working group was attended by deputies of the ZSK Sergey Usenko, Nikolai Petropavlovsky, Alexander Dzheus, Viktor Chernyavsky, Andrey Buldin, Yulia Aleshkevich, Eduard Kuznetsov, as well as representatives of the regional executive authorities, public organizations, children's camps and health resorts. “In order to prevent the liquidation and re-profiling of children's health organizations, as well as to restore their activities, it is necessary to offer them effective assistance measures at the regional level,” Nikolai Gritsenko said at the beginning of the meeting. According to the head of the working group, Sergei Usenko, a number of tasks were formulated at the previous meetings on this topic. Among them: the acquisition of non-functioning children's recreation facilities into state ownership, the possibility of lowering the rates on property tax of organizations and the land tax, the provision of tax incentives, an increase in state purchases of children's vouchers. The meeting on March 3 was dedicated to what they managed to do. During a recent session, parliamentarians adopted an appeal to the head of the Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare Anna Popova. In it, they proposed to soften the sanitary and epidemiological requirements and allow the admission of children from other regions to the Kuban health resorts. A similar appeal was sent to the department and the governor of the region. Now appeals of the regional authorities are being worked out. The final decision will depend on the epidemiological situation both on the territory of the Krasnodar Territory and in the subject of the Russian Federation, whose children are planning to come to Kuban for recreation. As the Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Development of the region Alexey Gedz said, as part of the implementation of the resolution of the last meeting, the department prepared a draft federal law on children's recreation. Currently, the document is being worked on with the interested authorities of the region. It was also possible to achieve at the regional level a reduction in the tax rate on the property of organizations and to allocate additional funds for the purchase of children's vouchers. According to the Acting Minister of Resorts of the Territory Maria Zolotukhina, the department has studied the issue of acquiring non-functioning children's recreation facilities into state ownership. The analysis revealed 23 non-functioning organizations of children's recreation and health improvement. Among the reasons why they do not work are depreciation of fixed assets, the lack of interest of the owners in the implementation of children's recreation and others. The ministry also proposed new measures to support children's organizations at the regional level. These are subsidies for the modernization of facilities, compensation for utility bills, and stimulation of opening. Currently, their application is being worked out. Deputy Chairman of the ZSK Nikolai Petropavlovsky spoke about the need to interact with those subjects of the Russian Federation, whose children's health organizations are located in the Kuban, in order to contact Rospotrebnadzor with requests for the possibility of sending children to the Krasnodar Territory. According to the head of the relevant committee of the KYC, Alexander Dzheus, the region cannot do without the help of the federal center in this matter. For this, the deputy was delegated to a similar working group created under the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, which oversees the field of children's recreation. She also proposed a number of effective measures to support the industry. Now they are being discussed in the Russian Government. During the meeting, the chairman of the regional Association of Children's Camps and Health Resorts, Artem Gavrilov, thanked the deputies and the regional administration for their close attention to the problem and for the assistance provided, but expressed concern about the upcoming summer season. According to him, there is very little time left until the full launch of all mechanisms of the summer health campaign for children. But so far there is no understanding whether the epidemiological situation and, accordingly, Rospotrebnadzor will allow it. The final draft resolution of the meeting included many wishes and proposals expressed by the participants of the working group on the discussed problem. - The whole difficulty of our situation lies in the fact that we live on a territory that is, in fact, a national treasure. The Azov-Black Sea coast is not only the property of the Krasnodar Territory. The whole country rests here. And we must be responsible for this territory, do everything possible to preserve it, including to support children's recreation, preserve the network of children's camps and health resorts for children from all over the country,”Nikolai Gritsenko emphasized.
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