The occupier “could not stand aside” when the aggressive war against Ukraine began.
66-year-old Russian Yuri Chernyak from Brody, Chelyabinsk region, complains that he still has not received “coffin” for the death of his son in the war in Ukraine.
This is stated in the material of the local edition 74.ru.
Alexander Chernyak went as a volunteer to Ukraine on March 30. As the father says, the son “could not stand aside” when the war against Ukraine began.
The man turned to the military registration and enlistment office at the place of residence, where he was sent to the military unit in Rostov, and upon arrival at the place they signed a temporary contract. But, despite the existence of the contract, “there were problems with payments.” As the occupant’s father explains, all because Alexander was a volunteer.
“Alexander went to help the country, to stand up for his guys, not for money, but in the end, no one cares,” the Russian laments.
Local authorities paid the family of the deceased only 100 thousand out of 1-5 million rubles. As a result, the relatives buried Alexander at their own expense.
“Relatives gathered, chipped in as much as they could and buried at their own expense. Nobody even paid his salary during the time he was in Ukraine. Nobody saw any millions,” Yuriy said.
On this occasion, the father of the dead occupier appealed to the regional authorities, even reached the president’s reception room, the newspaper writes: “They do not refuse payments, but they do not guarantee anything, besides, they delay the deadlines.”
“There is a feeling that they don’t want to pay money at all. The expectation that people do not know their rights, and someone is heartbroken and has no time for proceedings. Our granddaughter is studying at college, you have to pay for her, boys need to be shoed – to dress: prices for everything are growing, but wages are not. What to do?!” – Yuri is interested.