Russian special operation in Ukraine
Participants in a special operation in Ukraine who were wounded will be able to receive the status of a combat disabled person. State Duma deputies sent such a bill to the Russian government. This was reported by the Parliamentary Gazette.
“The status of a war disabled person will be available to persons sent to ensure the fulfillment of tasks during a special military operation in the territories of Ukraine. If they became disabled due to injury, concussion, injury or illness during the period of hostilities there,” the material says.
Also, within the framework of the bill, it is planned that the status of a combat veteran will be available to persons who help carry out the tasks of the Northern Military District in the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions. At the moment, only those who worked in the DPR and LPR receive the status of combat veterans.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed expanding the conditions of the social gasification program. The state will provide subsidies for gasification to SVO participants, reports RT.