State Duma Deputy Fedorov proposed to expand the operation of the “Pushkinskaya Karta” project

State Duma Deputy Yevgeny Fedorov proposed to include children aged three to 14 years old among the recipients of benefits under the “Pushkin Card”. A copy of the letter addressed to the head of the Ministry of Culture Olga Lyubimova is at the disposal of RT.

In the appeal, the legislator noted that since September 2021, the Pushkin Card project has been launched in Russia, allowing citizens to purchase tickets to theaters, museums and other cultural institutions with state support.

At the same time, as he noted, in accordance with the terms of this project, citizens from 14 to 22 years old can receive the above material support.

“In order to support families with young children, as well as to implement state policy aimed at creating conditions for the comprehensive development of children, I ask you to assess the feasibility of expanding the Pushkin Card project to citizens aged three to 14,” the appeal says. …

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed extending the Pushkinskaya Karta effect to the purchase of tickets for Russian films.

Source: RT на русском by

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