Senior government officials of Belarus partake in charity campaign Our Children

Senior government officials of Belarus partake in charity campaign Our Children

Chairman of the Presidential Sports Club Dmitry Lukashenko visited the Shklov Correction and Development Training and Rehabilitation Center to congratulate students on December 30. 

Together with his family, he came to the children with gifts to wish them happy New Year. Kids got a new TV and Christmas sweets.

Dmitry Lukashenko, chairman of the Central Council of the National State and Public Association "President's Sports Club":
I maintain this tradition together with my family. Today I am especially glad that we support this tradition in our hometown. Because, I think, children across the country need attention, some gifts of this kind. This charity campaign [Our Children] is very important because children are our future. 

Yulia Tikhonova, mom of a student of the Shklov Correction and Development Training and Rehabilitation Center: 
Of course, I would like to thank them. Our children really like that music and Christmas tree, Santa Claus and gifts. They are looking forward to this and prepare poems.  Of course, it's very nice. I can feel this Christmas atmosphere.

Now the center is home for 130 children with special needs who are undergoing special training and rehabilitation. The most comfortable conditions have been created for the kids. 

Newly appointed Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov visited Children’s Clinical Hospital No.2 in Minsk.

Премьер-министр Андрей Кобяков в рамках акции «Наши дети» посетил городская детская клиническая больница №2

Information Minister Lilia Ananich went to the Vasilishki orphanage.

Лилия Ананич, министр информации Республики Беларусь

Lilia Ananich, Minister of Information of the Republic of Belarus: 
These gifts and books, including interactive ones, and household goods – this is our piece of our work, but of course this reflects the work of the whole country. Because the campaign Our Children will be held in the country every year. And for many years we have seen positive changes in those adults who are involved in this campaign.