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The law on children of war was amended in Yakutia
Deputies of the State Assembly of Yakutia in the second, final reading adopted amendments to the law on children of the war. Now citizens who have not reached the age of majority on December 31, 1945, and not on September 3, as before, will be able to count on measures of social support.
Deputies in the Year of Remembrance and Glory decided to make a number of changes to the law; they dealt with six amendments. According to the press service of the State Council of Yakutia, children of war have the right to receive monthly cash payments, annual medical examinations, and extraordinary admission to social services organizations.
Also, children of war are compensated for 50% of the cost of vouchers for spa treatment in the republic. The costs of providing social support measures are financed from the budget of Yakutia.