The region’s first vice-governor, Julia Svetlichnaya, explained that, at the moment, there is a shortage of places for preschool education.
“We are gradually improving the situation. In 2015 we opened 11 new kindergartens. Within two years, the number of places has increased by more than 2,000. This year we continue this work and will seek international assistance,” added Svetlichnaya.
According to her, until the end of the year, six new kindergartens will open in the Kharkiv region.
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