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Central Bohemian Vice-Governor congratulates mother of the Czech Republic's first-ever quintuplets with a check

Prague, 30.7.2013 1:30, (ROMEA)
Zdeněk Syblík, Vice-Governor of the Central Bohemian Region in charge of social affairs, giving Alexandra Kiňová a check for CZK 50 000. Photo:  Central Bohemian Regional Authority
Zdeněk Syblík, Vice-Governor of the Central Bohemian Region in charge of social affairs, giving Alexandra Kiňová a check for CZK 50 000. Photo: Central Bohemian Regional Authority

The website of the Central Bohemian Regional Authority reported on 26 July 2013 that the mother of the first quintuplets ever born in the Czech Republic, Alexandra Kiňová, has been visited by Zdeněk Syblík, the Central Bohemian Regional Vice-Governor in charge of social affairs, in order to congratulate her on her unprecedented good fortune. Siblings Alex, Deniel, Martin, Michael and Terezka were born on 2 June 2013 at the Institute for Mothers and Children in Prague-Podolí.

Kiňová said her children are healthy, gaining weight, and kicking quite robustly. Syblík contragulated her and wished her and her children the best of health and luck.

On behalf of the Central Bohemian Regional Authority, the vice-governor also brought her baby clothes, flowers, and a check for CZK 50 000. "We prize greatly the fact that the parents of the first-ever quintuplets born in the Czech Republic live in the Central Bohemian Region. The Regional Authority Council decided to give quintuplets Alex, Deniel, Martin, Michael and Terezka Kroščen this financial gift to help their parents overcome the initial difficulties with their new roles in life that await them in caring for so many children. I wish the children and their parents good health most of all and a lot of strength in order to handle caring for such a big family," Syblík said. 

Central Bohemian Coordinator for Romani Affairs Cyril Koky said he also greatly appreciated the gestures and openness shown by representatives of the town of Milovice, where the family lives, when it came to assigning them a municipally-owned apartment. "For this family that is the most necessary support," Koky told news server Romea.cz.

František Kostlán, translated by Gwendolyn Albert
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