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High Commissioner’s hotline received almost 8,500 calls

17 August 2021
High Commissioner’s hotline received almost 8,500 calls

The High Commissioner’s hotline has received 8,483 calls since the beginning of the year.

People ask for assistance in restoring violated rights, they are interested in information about the ways to appeal to the High Commissioner, as well as the Internet reception. Applicants want to clarify the stage of consideration of the appeal.

What appeals are currently in progress?

Moscow. The woman complains about the decision to terminate the criminal case, considering it illegal and unfounded.

The Kabardino-Balkarian Republic. A participant in the Second World War asked for help in obtaining a disability.

The Volgograd region. A woman suffering from an oncological disease asks for help. She underwent surgery and chemotherapy. The treatment requires vital medications, which she received on a discount at the pharmacy until August. The pharmacy has now stopped receiving the concessional drugs for the applicant.

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