Tula Commissioner asks for information about poor school supplies

04 August 2017
Tula Commissioner asks for information about poor school supplies

Commissioner for Children in the Tula Region Natalia Zykova asked residents of the region to report on school supplies of inadequate quality.

This initiative was called "School is coming soon!" It was organized as part of the project "Parental Patrol" and timed to the beginning of the new academic year. Also, Natalia Zykova once again reminded the parents about the criteria for choosing high-quality school and office supplies.

"When choosing a child’s product, it is necessary to pay attention to the label on it: it must be reliable and readable for inspection and identification… The seller must provide information about the basic properties of the goods, the name and address of the seller and the manufacturer, price, service life and warranty period," Natalia Zykova said.

Adapted from RAPSI

Photo: open sources

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