EP proposed to introduce a quota in universities for children of fallen veterans

EP proposed to give every tenth budget place in universities to the children of fallen veterans. This is a special quota for the children of veterans who died while performing combat missions outside the country, who received a disability or were awarded the title of Hero of Russia

“United Russia” proposed to expand the quota of budget places in universities for preferential admission of children of war veterans. This was announced by the Secretary of the General Council of the party Andrei Turchak.

“We propose to allocate a special ten percent quota in universities. Within the framework of such a quota, there will be a separate competition, and children will be able to enter most universities without entrance examinations, — he said.

The special quota will include the children of veterans who died while performing combat missions outside of Russia, who received disabilities or were awarded the title of Hero of Russia.

At the same time, the current admission quota (10%) provided for privileged categories of citizens will include the children of all veterans who took part in hostilities in other countries.

To those children who want to “follow in the footsteps of military parents”, it is proposed to give the right to enter military universities based only on the results of the exam.

Turchak asked the faction of “United Russia” in the State Duma to ensure the speedy adoption of the amendments so that they come into force as early as 2022.

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At the end of March, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on assignment to participants in a special operation in Ukraine combat veteran status. Amendments are made to the law “On Veterans”, it was supplemented with the provision: “Performance of tasks during a special military operation in the territories of Ukraine, the Donetsk People's Republic and the Lugansk People's Republic: from February 24, 2022.”

According to the speaker of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin, the new status will give the participants of the special operation the right to receive tax, transport and housing and land benefits, as well as pay utility bills on special terms. Privileges will also be given to citizens who became disabled in the course of participating in hostilities.

Previously, participants in military operations in Afghanistan, Chechnya and Syria were considered veterans of hostilities in Russia.

Putin also promised to transfer insurance coverage and one-time benefits in the amount of 7.4 million rubles, as well as a lump-sum payment— 5 million rubles

The wounded participants of the special operation were promised a one-time payment of 3 million rubles, and if they were found unfit for military service, they would add another 2.9 million rubles to the amount. Anyone who has been diagnosed with a disability is entitled to monthly compensation.

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