National Guard explains situation regarding eviction of riot police veterans

National Guard explains situation regarding eviction of riot police veterans

According to the social security contract, after retirement service housing is freed for the arrival of current employees.

National Guard concludes a social security agreement with its employees in need of housing, under the terms of which, after retirement, veterans must leave the flat so that a current employee can move into it. The veterans who recorded the video message to Russian President Putin were also told in advance about the need to move out, and three were registered to receive a one-time social payment for the purchase or construction of residential premises after being fired, Govorit Moskva reports.

“When the officers from this video were discharged from the service, all the provisions of Federal Law No. 247 on social guarantees for employees were communicated, as well as the fact that upon arrival they were informed about the need to later vacate the premises. They familiarized themselves with these documents under a personal signature – there were no questions to the National Guard,” the National Guard said.

At that, the press service noted that they are ready “to discuss and search for joint solutions within the framework of the current legislation.” In addition, the National Guard said that such disputes have repeatedly had to be resolved in court. In 2018, the dismissed employees vacated 31 premises in the barracks, 16 of them through court. In 2019, 34 employees must be settled.

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