Family members of Kharkivens killed during anti-terrorist operations are to receive 100 percent relief for housing and communal services.
The decision was taken today at a session of Kharkiv City Council.
Director of the Department of Labor and Social Policy, Larissa Bolgova, said this benefit will operate within the social norms of housing and communal services.
The exemption applies to every member of the family of the deceased soldier.
According to the Department, 49 family members of fallen ATO soldiers live currently in Kharkiv.
At the same council session, students of vocational training institutions will receive a 50 percent discount for subway use. One trip will cost them only 1.5 UAH.
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