The elderly who live in the so-called “DPR” complained that they had not received the promised humanitarian aid. The pensioners have decided to turn to the “head of the republic” Denis Pushilin – they wrote him a letter.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to the portal DonPress
Retired people, deceived by humanitarian aid, live in the village of Kuznetsovo-Mikhailova, Telmanovsky district, Donetsk region. According to the elderly, they were very happy when they discovered that at such a difficult time, they were supposed to receive help from the “republic”. According to them, most of the elderly at ORDLO receive a pension, which is only sufficient for medication. Therefore, all hope was for help from the “republic”. But, for whatever reason, humanitarian aid has not reached the needy.
According to residents of the village of Kuznetsovo-Mikhailov, humanitarian aid was brought to the village, but it was not distributed to the elderly, but to young people who have jobs.
“They brought food and distributed it to more or less young people, many of whom have their own homes,” said retirees.
In addition, a woman whose parents are retired says:
“My parents are retired: Father Ryabchenko Boris Ivanovich, 82, disabled from the Soviet army, mother Ryabchenko Valentina Sergeevna professor-retired, 72. They had high hopes for humanitarian aid, but they did not provide it. Rather, they brought it, but distributed it to the “right people.”
The woman says that not only were her parents deprived of help. Villagers say many retirees are desperate and talk about how they were cheated with tears in their eyes.
“I cannot believe that this can happen in our” republic “. But, we hoped, we expected a better life”, indignant the old men of ORDLO.
The elderly people of the village of Kuznetsovo-Mikhailova decided on this occasion to write a letter to the “head of the DPR” Denis Pushilin.
Earlier, we reported that workers on the Donetsk Railway turned to Pushilin.