Authorities called disinformation complaint to Putin at the closing ceremony of the school in the Altai village
Moscow. June 8. INTERFAX.RU — the village School Old Surcica of the Altai territory, where the people appealed to the President of the Russian Federation during the “straight line”, no one was going to close, said Friday the regional Ministry of education.
“Yes, it has problems with the staff, but nobody was planning to close it. In this school take children from two neighboring villages for training. Indeed, there was some misinformation. From September 1 school, as planned, will work in a regular mode”, — said the press center of the Ministry.
It noted that currently the village is the Minister of education and science of the region Hope Kapoor, who understands the situation on behalf of the acting Governor of the region Victor Tomenko.
As reported in the “straight line” with the President of the Russian Federation the inhabitants of the Altai village, which is inhabited by 400 people, was asked to take measures to prevent the closure of small schools, which trained 47 people.
In turn, the acting Governor of the region stated in the broadcast said that the school is a branch and there is some question to its completion, but plans to shut down its no.
Question author, a resident of the village Alain Reger also said that the school nearly 20 years. If the school is closed, many residents have to move out. The residents said that their children will carry into the next school situated 7 km from their village.