The Cabinet of Ministers has approved amendments to the Action Plan for the Implementation of the Strategy for the De-occupation and Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol.
The measures to implement the Strategy were updated by the Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories taking into account the conditions of martial law, in particular, the fact that the liberation of the peninsula may take place in the near future.
In total, the plan includes 127 updated measures.
The revised plan for the reintegration and de-occupation of the peninsula covers the following areas:
- protection of the rights of Ukrainian citizens and legal entities whose legitimate interests have been violated as a result of armed aggression
- social and humanitarian policy;
- international cooperation;
- economic policy;
- defense and security policy, etc.
New measures are also included, such as:
- elaboration of the draft law "On the legal regime in the de-occupied territories"
- formation of a reserve of employees to staff judicial, law enforcement, and government agencies;
- establishing a military administration to operate on the territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea;
- medical, rehabilitation, and psychological adaptation of war veterans and persons released from russian captivity.
"The liberation of Crimea is inevitable. The State must now prepare for the full restoration of Ukrainian authorities in Crimea. First of all, it should form a reliable personnel reserve for the restoration. These citizens must ensure not only the revival of public administration, but also the restoration of justice. We have a clear action plan, and responsible executives are assigned to each point," emphasized Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk.