The working group on SVO issues was created by order of the President
We are talking about the right to travel freely to the place where the military medical commission is held and return; separate benefits for SVO participants and their children when entering secondary vocational educational institutions, similar to those that apply now for admission to universities; automatic renewal of passports for the period of military service and others. This was announced by the head of the group, secretary of the General Council of United Russia.
“It is also proposed to give employees of private security organizations that provide physical protection to fuel and energy facilities and transport infrastructure the right to counter drones. It is also necessary to resolve the issue of encouraging all doctors who are directly involved in providing first aid to the participants and, in addition, organize the centralized issuance of combatant certificates in the branches of the Defenders of the Fatherland Foundation,” Andrei stressed. Turchak.
The politician added that at the end of August there was a decrease in the number of requests for non-granting of licenses to mobilized people, problems with banks and postponements for health reasons.
At the same time, the working group on air defense receives many requests about the difficulties in obtaining the status of a participant in combat operations.
“Other problems that people come to with are the postponement of care for dependent people, payments and benefits to the families of SVO participants, and the social adaptation of those mobilized,” explained Andrei Turchak.
He also recalled that last month the working group submitted to the State Duma a bill to assign the status of “social entrepreneur” to organizations that will employ war veterans. A bill was also introduced to terminate the obligations arising from guarantee contracts of SVO participants who died or were injured in the zone of special operations.
Recall that during the spring session, through the State Duma and the Federation Council, dozens of laws initiated by United Russia and the working group on the Northern Military District, related to support for the front and the social protection of the participants in the special. operation and his families, were approved and presented to the president for his signature.
The working group on SVO issues was created by order of the President. It was headed by the first vice-president of the Federation Council and secretary of the General Council of United Russia, Andrei Turchak. The group included representatives of both houses of the federal parliament and all parliamentary parties, the Ministry of Defense, leaders of public organizations and prominent war correspondents.