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Help was rendered to the elderly woman

26 December 2017

In December, the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation received a letter of gratitude from a resident of the Ryazan Region, N.:

"Hello, Tatiana Nikolaevna! Many thanks for your help in providing a pension for the deceased son. For 22 years my son Valera was not listed anywhere — neither alive, nor in the dead, and only thanks to you I calmed down.

New Years is soon. I wish you and your team good health, long life, family well-being, a peaceful sky. Many thanks. God bless you".

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