The government decided to assign payments to all who attended the protests on the Maidan, who received serious injuries and wounds and fracture of moderate severity, said Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk on the first day weekend at a meeting with participants of the protests.
"The government has decided to assign payments to all present of the Euromaidan who suffered serious injuries and wounds and destruction of medium gravity ", - informs the press service of the Cabinet about the statement of the Prime Minister.
The promised payments are not given.
the head of government reminded that all bereaved families are already getting appropriate support from the country." To work on payments has been steady, we need to coordinate your activities and of the relevant ministries: the Ministry of health, Ministry of social policy, " he said to attendees of the meeting.
Yatsenyuk asked the Vice-Prime-Minister - Minister of culture of Ukraine Vyacheslav Kyrylenko to speed up the procedure of creating the unified register of received damage. In addition, Yatsenyuk drew attention to the importance of the issue of social adaptation, rehabilitation, employment received the detriment of participants of the Maidan.
in Ukraine on 21 November 2013 were initiated demonstrations of disagreement ( "euromaidan" ) against the decision of the authorities to stop for some time preparations for the signing of the agreement with the EU. The rallies, which started as a peaceful event sanctioned, resulted in armed confrontation between radicals and police officers, and in February 2014 led to the coup in the country. Eventually the riots died a hundred people, which Ukraine called " heavenly hundred ", but the things themselves - the " revolution of dignity ". Ukrainian authorities place the blame for crimes on the Maidan to the former government headed by Viktor Yanukovych.