Putin declared Russia’s Decade of childhood
Vladimir Putin signed a decree declaring 2018-2027 years the Decade of childhood. In February, approval of the project “Decade of childhood,” asked the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko.
President Vladimir Putin signed a decree making in Russia Decade of childhood. The decree published on the official Internet portal of legal information.
“To improve state policy in the sphere of childhood protection, taking into account the results achieved during the implementation of the National strategy of actions in interests of children for 2012-2017, hereby resolve to declare 2018-2027 year in the Russian Federation’s first Decade of childhood, — stated in the decree.
The President also instructed the government within three months to approve the plan of action for the Decade of childhood by 2020.
The decree comes into force from the day of its signing.
To approve the project “Decade for childhood” in February 2017 was addressed to the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko.
“We made a proposal to declare the decade of childhood in Russia as one of important priority projects so that in the long term determine the direction of this activity. I would ask you to give instructions to the decree on approval of this important long-term priority of the project was approved before 1 June. It would be a good gift to the International children’s day,” said Matvienko at the meeting of Medvedev with the leadership of the Federation Council, reports “Interfax”.
According to Matvienko, the Federation Council already have “achievements” on this project. In accordance with this program, the government will draw up “a concrete programme of events dedicated to the child” every three budget years.