In Krasnodar Territory, an assessment upon a petition received by the Information Centre of the Investigative Committee of Russia is in progress

The Information Center operates in the Investigative Committee of Russia for the purpose of prompt communication with citizens via electronic communication channels. Thus, a Moscow resident contacted the multichannel telephone line of the Information Center with a message that his minor daughter, as part of a group, left for a children's camp in the Krasnodar Territory, where, in his opinion, the conditions of stay do not meet safety requirements. The Krasnodar Territorial Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation immediately launched a pre-investigative probe into this matter.

According to the obtained data, on June 3, 2021, a group of children from Moscow arrived at one of the children's camps in Novorossiysk, but at the time of their arrival the camp was not functioning due to the registration of permits for the placement of children, and the group, with the consent of the head, was sent to a children's camp in the village of Kabardinka in Gelendzhik. Upon arrival at the camp, after the provision of food, the children complained about the food, and due to that they were transferred to another children's camp in Kabardinka, where they are now. The investigators promptly contacted the applicant, who in the telephone conversation said that the children were currently provided with all the necessary conditions. Life and health of the children are out of danger.

At the same time, investigators of the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia, with the involvement of specialists from Rospotrebnadzor, organized an inspection of the camp where the children were staying to take the necessary samples and examine them for compliance with sanitary standards and safety requirements.

The pre-investigative probe will result in a procedural decision.

We additionally inform about the methods of communication through the telephone line of the Information Center at 8 800 100 12 60. After connecting, select the operator you need: "Child in danger", "Helpline", "Stop corruption", "Pressure on business", "Information desk".

10 June 2021 18:25

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