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Kherson Region Development News for 8/12-17/13

Kherson Region Development News for 8/12-17/13

"The onstruction of the Road Bridge Over the Ingulets River Has Been Completed, the Regional Centre Will Also Have a Road Bridge" - Mykola Kostyak

"Road bridge over Ingulets river connects not only two villages, but the two regions - Kherson and Dnipropetrovsk," - said the Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak during the conference on-site construction of this bridge.

In addition, Mykola Kostyak said: "During my working period, starting in 2010, I hand over the second bridge. The first bridge between Odessa and Kherson, which construction had lasted 9 years, we were able to complete in a short period of time. The second one you see yourself now. I am sure that there will be the third bridge - between Tavriyskiy micro-district and Zalaeherseh Street, which will connect the housing estate of Kherson with its centre."

There Is a Record in Kherson Region - the Biggest Watermelon in Ukraine Weighing More Than 25 kg

Deputy Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykhaylo Melnyk on Saturday visited the tenth anniversary festival "Ukrainian watermelon - sweet miracle" that took place in the town Hola Prystan and collected hundreds of guests from across the country and abroad.

Residents and visitors were able to see the Holiday Fair, to become participants of the competition of giant watermelons, melons, pumpkins, to enjoy mead, candied fruit, boiled pumpkin and melon, various vegetables, bakery products, as well as to satisfy their aesthetic tastes on the exhibition of applied arts.

The new Ukrainian record, which is listed in the registry records of our country is the biggest watermelon weighing 25 kilograms 100 grams, moreover, the largest melon was 9 kg and 200 grams and pumpkins - more than 40 kg.

"Preparation of the Field for the Autumn-Winter Period Enters Final Straight," - Mykola Kostyak

Now there is an active preparation of companies and organizations for the autumn-winter period. In order to discuss this issue the All-Ukrainian conference call was held in August 15 chaired by Vice Prime Minister Oleksandr Vilkul, it was attended by the Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak.

Reporting on the readiness of Kherson for the heating season, the Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak said: "Preparation of the enterprises and organizations of the region for the autumn-winter season enters the home stretch." Regarding the schools and kindergartens, the head of the region said that the preparation of schools is completed by 92%.

"Tavriyska Khvylya" Made the Dreams of Kherson Talented Children Come True

There was the final stage of children's art festival "Tavriyska Khvylya" on Saturday in Skadovsk; it began with a festive carnival procession, which was attended by the Chairman of the Regional State Administration Mykola Kostyak together with his deputies, the chairman of the regional council Viktor Pelykh and Commissioner for the President for Children's Rights Yuriy Pavlenko.

"There are many talented kids in our Tavrian land and I'm sure we need to help them, to create all the conditions for the children to show their abilities, not only within our region and beyond Ukraine, so this festival was created," - said Mykola Kostyak.

Kherson Director Received a Grant of the President of Ukraine

By the Decree of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych since July 30, 2013 261/2013 "On the nomination of grants by the President of Ukraine to young leaders in the field of theatre, music, visual arts, as well as young writers and masters of folk art to create and implement creative projects" the grant of the President of Ukraine in the field of theatre arts was assigned to Vladyslava Bilozorenko - production director for staging the play "Svichchyne Vesillya" based on the play of Ivan Kocherha at the Kherson Regional Academic Music and Drama Theatre named after Mykola Kulish, in the amount of 92 thousand UAH.


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