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Conscript invalided out in two months

05 December 2014

On 5 December 2014, Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia received a letter of gratitude from mother of a soldier, for restoring his right to be invalided out of the army.

Two months before, in October 2014, the mother appealed to the Commissioner with a request to assist in arranging medical aid to her son serving in Rostov region. After the Commissioner’s petition to the Military Medical Service of the Eastern Military District the conscript underwent medical examination and corresponding treatment, and consequently got an early discharge from military service.

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