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  • Motivated personnel reserve will be the main driving force for reintegration of our territories, says Iryna Vereshchuk

    At a meeting chaired by Iryna Vereshchuk, Deputy Prime Minister - Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, the issue of personnel for the de-occupied territories was discussed. In particular, for the educational and medical sectors. The interlocutors also talked about the personnel reserve for government agencies.

    The participants consulted on the technical feasibility of introducing teacher and medical records on the basis of the existing information systems of the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Health. On the instructions of the Deputy Prime Minister, these agencies, as well as the Ministry of Digital Transformation and the National Agency for Civil Service, had discussed common approaches to addressing this issue the prior day.

    Iryna Vereshchuk emphasised the need to determine the universities that would prioritise training the talent pool. She also noted that the first priority should be given to managerial staff, as this is the area of high demand.

    The participants also raised the issue of Crimean Tatar language competence. Iryna Vereshchuk instructed the meeting's participants to work on proposals from all interested agencies.

    "Another of our tasks is to prepare a motivational programme for our teachers, doctors and all those who will go to work in the de-occupied territories. These people should feel the support of the state. Including financial support. This position is supported by the President and the Prime Minister. Because a motivated personnel reserve will be the main driving force behind the reintegration of our territories," the official summed up.