Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk emphasized this during a meeting of the Coordination Headquarters for Ensuring the Realization of the Rights and Freedoms of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).
The meeting focused on executing Resolution No. 930, which addresses the operation of temporary housing facilities for internally displaced people.
“Temporary accommodations should offer safe and decent conditions, particularly for IDPs with disabilities, the elderly, and children,” stated the Vice Prime Minister.
The Ministry of Reintegration team, with regional military administration representatives, created a collaboration algorithm for swift communication and resolution of crucial matters.
The regional military administrations are already providing information on the need for repairs in the temporary accommodation facilities to bring them into proper condition.
Among other things, we have partnered with international organizations to analyze and oversee the repair and arrangement needs for temporary housing.
“Before winter arrives, it’s crucial to establish a reliable system for supplying Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) with housing. That’s why we’re collaborating to guarantee people have a comfortable stay in temporary shelters,” summarized Iryna Vereshchuk.