On September 12, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova met with Governor of the Kaluga Region Anatoly Artamonov.
As Tatiana Moskalkova noted, analyzing appeals from different Regions of the Russian Federation, it can be concluded that the least amount of complaints comes from the Kaluga Region, which indicates the effective work of regional Commissioner Yuri Zelnikov.
"It is gratifying to note that this year we received 2 times less appeals from inhabitants of the Kaluga Region than in the same period of the previous year. Of course, there are still many unsolved problems, but positive dynamics are visible, and I believe that the human rights situation in the Region will continue to improve," the High Commissioner noted.
During the discussion, one of the key issues was the problem of military communities in the territory of the Kaluga Region. In particular, the housing and communal services of the military communities
The problem of military communities is relevant not only for the Kaluga Region — it is of a systemic nature and requires a global solution at the State level. Tatiana Moskalkova expressed her hope that improving the legislation will be able to solve this problem and help thousands of citizens throughout the country.
At the end of the meeting Tatiana Moskalkova thanked Anatoly Artamonov for constructive interaction with the regional Commissioner and wished success in the development of the Region.