The head of Chop Customs Alexander Pokhil’ko has helped a few girls, the Academy of the State Customs Service of Ukraine graduates, who started work at Transcarpathian customs, to solve the housing problem.
The head of the Customs approached the challenging issue with fatherly care. Almost all students, alumni after graduation face the difficulties finding a cheap affordable accommodation.
The graduates from remote areas – Zaporozhye and Lugansk, from now on will live in a service apartment with all necessary conveniences almost for free. The girls happily embraced the good news – they have been given a three-room renovated apartment, which is situated close to the administration of Chop customs. Receiving the keys to the flat, the girls sincerely thanked Alexander Ivanovich for solving the housing problem.
What concerns other graduates, Alexander Ivanovich also directed the department heads to help every beginner-inspector to find accommodation close to the working place – said Victoria Sengetovskaya, a spokesman for Chop Customs.