Strumica, 11th December 2014 (MIA) – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski and Minister of Labour and Social Policy Dime Spasov together with the Mayor of Vasilevo Municipality Vane Stojanov, officially put into operation the new kindergarten “Prva radost” in Vasilevo today.
– It is a pleasure to complete such infrastructure facilities, being promised to the citizens, by which the life in the poorer areas is also improved. Around seventy pre-school girls will be taken care of in this kindergarten, thus helping the young parents. Kindergarten is built with IPA funds, through the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and the Municipality, by which we solved an important issue related to the life of these citizens, Stavreski said at the opening ceremony.
He added that the Government is prepared to provide support to the Vasilevo Municipality for projects of relevance to the development of the municipality.
Minister of Labour and Social Policy Dimes Spasov said that the Ministry will continue to realize the activities under the Government project for construction of 40 kindergartens in the country.
-This is a ninth kindergarten in a row we put into operation this year. It is my pleasure that the Vasilevo Municipality has obtained the first kindergarten, where 70 children will be taken care of, under high-quality conditions for taking care and upbringing. Ministry provided funds amounting to EUR 3.5 million for equipping the kindergarten, Spasov said.
According to the Mayor Vane Stojanov, the realization of this Project is a proof that the municipal administration is ready and has capacity for realizing even larger size projects.
– This kindergarten is beneficial for all inhabitants, above all for the children. This is of great help to the young parents who will not lose time in taking care of their children. Vasilevo Municipality has competed with a Project for receiving IPA funds, fully realizing it without any omission, thus proving that it has capacity for implementing even more complex projects, Stojanov said.