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MOSCOW, September 1 (RIA Novosti) – Russia will build 195 more kindergartens, enough for 50,000 children, by the end of this year and will resolve the overall lack of kindergartens in the country within three years, the deputy prime minister for social issues said Sunday, September 1, the start of the school year.
There are currently long waiting lists for Russian children to enter kindergarten, and many parents sign their children up as soon as they are born.
Wishing schoolchildren well in the coming year, Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets noted that 1.3 million Russian children – 1 percent of the country’s population – were entering kindergarten this year.
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New ties between Russia and Japan would mark not only a breakthrough in their relations but also a significant shift in Northeast Asia’s political dynamic. Both are secondary players in a region overshadowed by an increasingly assertive China, which has not hesitated to push against the boundaries of its neighbors.