Medvedev spoke about his work as a janitor

Deputy Head of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev shared his student memories of how he and a friend had to work part-time as a janitor. TASS reports this.

In an interview for the film of the Kultura TV channel dedicated to the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg State University, Medvedev recalled that in Soviet times the scholarship was 40 rubles, on which it was “no longer possible to live.” The Deputy Head of the Security Council clarified that in the 1980s he received an increased scholarship for academic success.

He said that he had to work part-time, like other students who did not have wealthy parents.

“Someone was unloading the cars, my friend and I were working as janitors,” the news agency quotes Medvedev.

According to him, he had to get up in the morning at half past six to six in the morning. After that, we had to go clear the snow or sweep the street.

“It was another 100 rubles. But it was already possible to live on 150 rubles,” the publication quotes Medvedev as saying.

Earlier it was reported that Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev commented on the project according to which the international railway from Spain should end in Lvov.

More details read the material Public News Service.

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