The leave for soldiers of the 128th Brigade will not be extended

12 March 2015 11:07  8194114 095102
The leave for soldiers of the 128th Brigade will not be extended

This was reported in the comments to the Mukachevo.Net by the military commissar of Uzhgorod Military Commissariat Major Mykola Zhuravlev.

"The Law of Ukraine "On Social and Legal Protection of Servicemen" sets the terms and duration of leaves. Currently, there are no sufficient reason to change them," - the military commissar said.

The leave for Transcarpathian soldiers of the 128th Brigade ends the next week - March 17.

However, the military commissariat promised that no soldier would go back to the ATO area without proper logistics and medical support.

"Most of those, who lost limbs in the combat zone and became disabled, suffered due to delayed or improperly provided medical care. We are committed to train all those who are going to serve in the ATO, to teach them how to provide first aid. For this purpose, special instructors from Kyiv will come to Uzhgorod under the "Protection of patriots" project from the Ukrainian World Congress," - Mykola Zhuravlev said.

Recall that last week, at the session of the Transcarpathian Regional Council, the acting commander of the 128th separate mountain infantry brigade Yevhen Pilhuy emphasized the need for extension of leave for the soldiers.

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