On August 17, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova held a reception of applicants from the
In an interview with the Commissioner for Human Rights of the region Boris Zumakulov, Tatiana Moskalkova expressed her condolences to the residents and the leadership of the
During the videoconference, the High Commissioner was addressed by a representative of Hasaniya village residents, who reported that more than 40 families were waiting for help to recover the damage caused by the disaster on May 26, 2016.
According to the applicant, as a result of the cataclysm, more than 50 households of the village were harmed. The necessary documents were sent to the federal authorities by the government of the Republic, but the victims were not provided with financial assistance.
"For my part, I will take all necessary measures to ensure that the state carries out all the necessary measures. In the near future, I will send an appeal to the Government of the Russian Federation," Tatiana Moskalkova said.
The High Commissioner also noted that it is necessary to simplify the procedure for payments to help people affected by natural disasters.
In addition, residents of the
In conclusion, the High Commissioner noted the effectiveness of the reception of citizens via videoconference.
"Reception of citizens in a videoconference mode shows a high degree of readiness to respond immediately to people’s misfortunes," Tatiana Moskalkova stressed.