Russian Children’s Ombudsman urges prompt jumping of volunteers into emergency efforts
MOSCOW, August 31 (RAPSI) – Russia’s Child Rights Commissioner Anna Kuznetsova believes it necessary to remove red tape obstructing prompt jumping of volunteers into rescue efforts during emergencies.
When it comes to the force of nature, for instance, instructing, special training and medical assistance are needed. It is necessary to address the issue of the volunteer movement’s support and to draft clearly defined regulations, Kuznetsova said Tuesday during the meeting of the Ecology State Council’s Commission.
According to the minor’s ombudsman, currently volunteer’s applications may be considered within a month that delays prompt delivery of care during natural calamities.