The first lesson was held at secondary school No. 5 named after V. Dahl. It was carried out by the developers of programming systems for unmanned aerial vehicles, which are already used in Russian schools in the study of mathematics, physics, programming and engineering, for schoolchildren and their teachers.
“The guys were able to control both the ground robots and the flying drones today. And within the framework of this program, children will be able to learn a wide range of engineering, programming, design and other technical skills,” said Daria Lantratova, Deputy Secretary of the General Council of United Russia, LPR Senator.
The politician noted that children in LPR and other new regions should have the same opportunities and tools for learning, as in all of Russia.
“Therefore, we decided to launch such an additional educational program. We will involve specialists from other regions, teachers of technical specialties”, added Daria Lantratova.
For her part, the member of the State Duma Committee on Labor, Social Policy and Veterans Affairs, Ekaterina Stenyakina, explained that there is already an agreement on the training of specialized teachers with the Don State Technical University.
“The rector is ready to invite teachers for free, train them, issue the necessary documents so that they can teach children on the territory of the LPR. We need to decide on which sites this training will take place so that children can come after school as additional education and receive the necessary skills, ”he said.
In addition, United Russia donated more than 13,000 books to the Lugansk library.
“This is especially true for the liberated territories, where libraries are now being audited. We see what kind of literature was contained there. Either it did not exist at all, or it was nationalistic, destructive. Books where it was written that one should hate Russia, where there was nothing about the victories of our great country. Therefore, of course, this is such a cultural layer that we must return to the younger generation of residents of our new regions,” Daria Lantratova emphasized.
In total, more than 800,000 books were transferred to new regions within the framework of the “Books for Donbass” party’s action, he noted. A new batch of children’s literature, children’s stories and stories will be distributed to libraries of cities and regions of the republic.
Remember that from the first day of the special operation, United Russia has been providing comprehensive assistance to the evacuated residents of Donbass, as well as those who remained in the LDNR, in the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions. The party’s regional branches have already delivered more than 17,000 tons of humanitarian cargo to new regions.
Since the beginning of the SVO, United Russia has been helping the front: it transfers special equipment, quadcopters, drones, communications equipment, thermal imagers and equipment for front-line soldiers.
More than 40 United Russia humanitarian centers operate in Donbas and new territories. The party’s humanitarian mission is supervised by State Duma deputies from the party. On January 25, the United Russia Youth Guard and Volunteer Company opened a new humanitarian center in Khartsyzsk, where refugees from Soledar are being helped.