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MOSCOW, September 26 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev signed an order to allocate financing from the presidential reserve fund for several educational institutions of the Republic of Chuvashia.
The document is placed on the Kremlin’s site on Monday.
It reads that the president has ordered “to allocate in 2011 from the presidential reserve fund 14.8 million roubles to the government of the Republic of Chuvashia for its educational institutions as per the list attached.”
Chuvashia’s government should provide “control for the correct use, high results and effectiveness of the money” and present a report to the presidential administration, the document reads.
The money will be spent for repairing of a primary school and kindergarten’s buildings. The pupils at the kindergarten are children with speech disorders, and pupils of the school are children with disorders of musculoskeletal system.