Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived on a working trip to Adygea, where he will visit a greenhouse complex where roses are grown year-round and a new high school. Earlier on Monday, the head of state attended the opening of railway traffic on the Crimean bridge, reports TASS.
The Green House enterprise in the Takhtamukaysky district of Adygea is a modern greenhouse complex, where today about 20 varieties of roses are grown according to the latest Dutch technology using a computerized climate control system. The first phase of the complex was commissioned in 2010, the second - in test mode - this year. An exposition has been deployed on the territory of the enterprise for the arrival of V. Putin, which presents the achievements of the agricultural sector of the republic: crop and livestock products, as well as cheeses, milk and other products of the processing industry.
In addition, the president will visit secondary school No. 2 in the village of Enem, commissioned this month. The new building of the educational institution named after Hero of the Soviet Union pilot-cosmonaut Anatoly Berezovoy was erected on the site of the previous school, and now all the children of the village will be able to study in the first shift.
Here, the head of state will meet with representatives of the public on the development of agriculture and rural territories in the Russian Federation.