Two and a half tons of sweets for young Pridnestrovians: traditional presidential gifts for the New Year are ready for delivery

12/20/22 17:06

Two and a half tons of sweets for young Pridnestrovians: traditional presidential gifts for the New Year are ready for delivery

More than three thousand Pridnestrovian kids will receive sets of sweets as a presidential addition to gifts from Santa Claus. Sweets from the PMR President are traditionally given to the pupils of social patronage institutions – both subordinate to the Ministry of Social Protection and Labor, and related to the state administrations of cities and regions of the republic, as well as children with special needs who do not attend educational and correctional institutions. Pupils of educational institutions supervised by law enforcement agencies are among the recipients: Suvorovites, cadets and children studying at the Republican Educational Complex named after Makarenko. The children who are struggling with cancer, and their brothers and sisters under the age of 14 will be for sure delighted with the sweets.

The parcels will be sent to the addresses of residence or stay of children from the 22nd of December. Pupils of educational and correctional institutions will receive sweet gifts on behalf of the PMR President during the New Year events. New Year parties for children start from December 26. Sets weighing 850 grams each are formed from sweets from well-established Russian factories, whose products are in demand among Pridnestrovian consumers.

 

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