About this informs Ministry of Veterans Affairs.
“Veterans’ assistants will be the ones who will actually be the first to provide war veterans, their family members, and demobilized soldiers with service support for the transition to civilian life on an equal-to-equal basis.” to civilian life,” the message reads.
Minister of Veteran Affairs Yulia Laputina announced the success of the project in the regions that joined it first.
“Preliminarily, we can already talk about the success of our “pilot” using the example of the first four regions (Vinnytsia, Dnipropetrovsk, Lviv and Mykolaiv – ed.). The Ministry of Veterans is going with a new veteran policy to the regions and communities where veterans from the front will be met. Therefore, the spread the experiment to six more regions will allow for a rather insignificant period of time for such a large-scale project in the conditions of war to test the institute of the veteran’s assistant, to achieve a synergistic effect in the implementation of the veteran’s policy,” said Laputina.
The ministry noted that after the “pilot” is completed, the project will be scaled to the whole of Ukraine, and by the end of 2024, 15,000 veterans’ assistants are planned to work.
- Earlier, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said that two experimental projects were launched in Ukraine, which concern servicemen, veterans and their family members.