Putin promised manual cars to North Military District veterans with amputations

Putin promised manual cars to North Military District veterans with amputations



On Tuesday, April 2, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the head of the fund for supporting participants in the special military operation “Defenders of the Fatherland,” Anna Tsivileva.

The Russian leader noted that Tsivileva treats the Russian military and their families with care and love. The President asked the head of the fund to maintain the same attitude towards the fighters and their loved ones in the future.

Vladimir Putin promised that the state will continue to support the participants in the special operation. When Tsivileva proposed providing military personnel with leg amputations with manually controlled vehicles, including them in the list of rehabilitation means, the head of state said: “We will assume that this issue has been resolved.”

The president's intervention has already helped junior sergeant Yulia Bereza, a participant in a special military operation, and her husband receive the status of combat veterans. The woman became a volunteer in the DPR before the republic joined Russia, and therefore bureaucratic problems arose with registration. After Bereza addressed the president on a direct line, the question immediately decided in her favor.



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