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On 9 February, Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia Ella Pamfilova received a reply from the Governor of Smolensk Region, which said that the finances to restore the mass graves in Bogolyubovo and Lyady villages were to be provided right after all documents were prepared. The lists of names of those who died there have been specified: more than 2.5 thousand Soviet soldiers having participated in World War II remain buried in these mass graves.
With the assistance of the Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia the human rights group Memorial liquidation case hearing date was changed and the group managed to amend its charter having eliminated its inconsistency with the Russian law.
In December 2014, following the petition of the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation two homeless persons were accommodated in Loknyanskiy residential care home for the elderly and disabled.
Commissioner took under control the case of pensioner from Crimea who was denied Russian citizenship
On 24 December 2014, the Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia received a letter of gratitude from the disabled Mr H. injured at work — he thanked the Commissioner for the help provided in restoring his right to compensation for a job-related illness.