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  • Iryna Vereshchuk: Those willing to join the personnel reserve for the de-occupied territories will be able to retrain

    Those willing to join the personnel reserve for work in the de-occupied territories will be able to retrain. This was stated by Iryna Vereshchuk, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine, during a broadcast on ICTV. According to the Deputy Prime Minister, the training process is currently being shaped.

    In particular, a meeting was recently held with the leadership of Luhansk and Donetsk regions to discuss the priority steps to stabilise and reintegrate these regions after their de-occupation.

    In addition, the National Security and Defence Council is working on updating the strategy for the reintegration of Crimea. In the third or fourth quarter of this year, the NSDC will present this document for discussion and further voting.

    “I am emphasising this because you understand that we have territories that have been under temporary occupation for more than nine years. And the personnel reserve that will go to work there must be properly trained,” the official said.

    According to Iryna Vereshchuk, the National Agency for Civil Service was already accepting applications from everyone: you can register on the website and create an electronic cabinet. Thus, together we will form a personnel reserve for work in the de-occupied territories.

    “If necessary, you can also retrain. Our universities have already presented unique master’s degree programmes to train the reintegration personnel reserve. One of them will start on 10 July at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. There are also other programmes at other universities. They will also help to retrain and fill the niche that the candidates consider most necessary,” the Deputy Prime Minister concluded.