Update Post: November 28, 2023 9:02 am
Date: September 26, 2023 Time: 09:44:57
Today seven reindeer herding organizations operate in Kamchatka. There are about 280 people. The majority represents the indigenous peoples of the North. The approval of the law had been expected for several years. Social support measures are primarily aimed at attracting specialists to the industry and supporting those already working in it.
“This law is extremely important for the region, for economic entities involved in reindeer husbandry and, first of all, for reindeer herders,” Anna Davydova, a member of the Kamchatka Legislative Assembly from the district, wrote on her Telegram channel. from Koryak.
He participated in the work of the environmental management committee, chaired by deputy Oksana Gerasimova, where they examined a new document. According to Gerasimova, the law pays special attention to the training of personnel and scientific support of the industry: productive use of pastures, breeding work, prevention and treatment of reindeer diseases. These are problems that are of particular concern to the reindeer herders themselves.
In addition, a monthly payment equivalent to the subsistence level will be established for children who will be in the tundra with their parents in the summer. Adolescents aged 14 to 18 who work temporarily on a reindeer herding farm will also receive financial assistance equal to half the subsistence level. Similar support is provided to young professionals. After three years, young reindeer herders, reindeer herders-mechanizers, veterinarians and livestock specialists will be able to receive a payment of 500 thousand rubles. They also paid attention to the health of employees; The law will guarantee benefits for treatments in tourist centers and sanatoriums, assistance in dental prosthetics and other types of treatments, RIA Novosti reports.
During the adoption of the document, the call of the regional legislative assembly to the Government of the Russian Federation to reduce the requirements for the maintenance of weapons in organizations engaged in reindeer husbandry was considered. This issue will continue to be discussed in the next session.
“The question is also very important, since today, given the nomadic nature of reindeer husbandry, it is difficult to comply with all the rules,” wrote Anna Davydova.