Among the key goals set by the Government for this year is the development of a coherent and comprehensive veterans' policy noted Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during a session of the Cabinet of Ministers on March 30.
“As a society, as a nation, as the State, we will always feel indebted to the heroes who defend Ukraine's freedom and independence. We are working to create decent conditions to ensure the adaptation, rehabilitation, personal development and well-being of veterans of the russian-Ukrainian war,” said Denys Shmyhal.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the Government had already begun approving a number of strategies, regulations and launching programs based on a new approach to veterans' policy. In general, Denys Shmyhal identified eight main framework tasks the Government faces:
• Adaptation of military personnel to civilian life
• Medical services and psychological support
• Economic opportunities for veterans
• Veteran's assistant services
• Establishment of service offices for veterans
• honor the feat of veterans at the level of the state, community and society as a whole.
“Ukrainian society will never forget the price our soldiers paid in this war. The Government's mission is to create comfortable services and opportunities for our veterans,” highlighted the Prime Minister.