Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk emphasized this at a meeting on the activities of the Coordination Centres for Civil Assistance.
Representatives of the Ministry of Reintegration, the Ministry of Social Affairs, the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, the Office of the President, regional military administrations, and international and civil society organizations also participated in the discussion.
The participants of the meeting reported on the work of the coordination centers and made suggestions for improving the mechanism of their work.
Therefore, in addition to the coordination centers in each region, the establishment of such centers in local communities is underway.
As a reminder, they coordinate the provision of comprehensive assistance to internally displaced persons, veterans, and other categories of citizens affected by russian aggression.
According to the Vice Prime Minister, systematic coordination and cooperation between all regional and local coordination centers is necessary to improve the system of comprehensive support and assistance.
To strengthen interaction and resolve issues, the official initiated a monthly meeting with the participants present at the meeting. This will help develop and disseminate best practices.
Among other things, they discussed cooperation between the coordination centers and international humanitarian organizations. The focus is on the humanitarian needs of the regions for winter.