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President Ilham Aliyev's new decree increases the number of services related to the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection in the Central Coordination Units

25 november 2021, 10:57
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President Ilham Aliyev's new decree increases the number of services related to the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection in the Central Coordination Units

By today's decree of President Ilham Aliyev, the list of services provided in the unified coordination centers and the state bodies providing these services on the appeals of members of the families of martyrs, war wounded and disabled has been changed.

According to the decree, 3 more services were added to the list of services belonging to the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection:

acceptance of appeals on payment of insurance payments on compulsory state personal insurance to the heirs of the person granted the status of a martyr;

acceptance of appeals related to payment of insurance payments on compulsory state personal insurance to persons with disabilities determined in connection with the war;

Receipt of appeals related to the payment of insurance payments under the state compulsory personal insurance to servicemen who received injuries (injuries, traumas, contusions) in connection with the performance of military service duties (service duties).

These services will be provided by the ministry from January 1, 2022 in the single coordination centers.

Central Coordination Units were established by the Presidential Decree dated June 25, 2021. Currently, the DOST Centers in Baku and Absheron region provide labor, employment, social protection, medical and social expertise, rehabilitation, treatment, examination, etc. to the families of martyrs, war invalids and servicemen wounded in the Patriotic War. 21 state bodies (6 central, 15 local executive bodies) provide services in 26 directions from a “single window”, in an efficient, transparent manner, based on the principle of citizen satisfaction.

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