DPR ready to host disabled children from boarding house in Odessa
The authorities of the Donetsk People's Republic are ready to provide accommodation for children with disabilities from Donbass, placed now in a boarding house in Odessa. It was announced by Daria Morozova, the DPR Commissioner for Human Rights.
‘If official Kiev has no possibility to provide minimal living conditions for disabled migrants from Donbass, especially children with disabilities, then it should let us us do it. The Republic is ready to take care of its citizens in full, and provide them with the immutable rights. I would like to note that we have the possibility to place them in special institutions,’ Morozova said.
The Ombudsman added that the residents of Donbass with disabilities had been transferred to one of the resorts of Slavyansk with further relocation to the Svyatogorsk resort which is currently under renovation.
‘I doubt that the conditions created in Slavyansk will be better. The town used to be famous for its resort, but now, as far as I know, in most of the Slavyansk resorts the Ukrainian military are stationed, while the assets of these institutions have been looted and the town has constant problems with water supply,’ summed up the Commissioner for Human Rights.