Working trip of Vladimir Konstantinov to the Simferopol region. What did the head of parliament pay attention to
As part of a working trip to the Simferopol region, Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea Vladimir Konstantinov visited the Depo-22 enterprise. This organization specializes in the sale and supply of essential goods. Tens of thousands of items of household chemicals, textile products, household goods and cosmetics are presented here.
The enterprise provides shops, social institutions and other organizations with its products, cooperation with foreign countries has been built. Depo-22 employs more than 300 people, and the total number of employees of the organization in the Crimea, the Rostov Region and the Krasnodar Territory exceeds 3,000 people.
According to Vladimir Konstantinov, this organization is one of the largest Crimean taxpayers.
They discussed the problems that concern them with the management of the enterprise. We will help you resolve issues related to the connection of communication networks. However, I am convinced that the economy should not depend on various visits or personal contacts. In order for us to make an economic breakthrough, the system must work automatically— said the head of the Crimean parliament.
The Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea also got acquainted with the organization of the educational process in the Lyceum of the Crimean Spring, located in the village of Mirnoye. The number of students here is growing every year. In 2023, it is planned to open the first eight classes here. The institution also includes four kindergartens.
The entire interior space of the lyceum is used to increase the efficiency of the educational process, even boards with proverbs and quotes are installed on the flights of stairs. Sports and creative sections are also open here, a KVN team has been formed.
The institution plans to support a school in the Kherson region.
I think that in the lyceum it is necessary to conduct training seminars for teams of other Crimean schools, to share experience. We will discuss this proposal with the relevant minister. For nine years in Russia, we have done a lot to improve the material and technical base of our schools. This work will continue. But I am convinced that now special emphasis should be placed on filling the educational process— said Vladimir Konstantinov.
Photos and materials: press service of the Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea.
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