War veterans complain to Basescu about hardship

President Traian Basescu met at the Cotroceni Palace (the presidential hqs) on Monday a delegation of the war veterans, who complained about the hardship they are facing, the Presidential Administration announced in a release.
The veterans told Basescu of the problems they encounter in being given their legal rights with respect to medicines, health care services, free public transport, the possibility to purchase the houses they have been living in for years; they also have problems in being given symbolical plots.

The veterans proposed to correlate certain legal provisions regarding the war veterans’ rights, no matter what the time or conflict in which they had been impaired.
‘The Romanian president reiterated his constant concern for the war veterans’ situation, for the condition of the Romanian Army as a whole.

The president particularly insisted on the need to closely observe the laws in force and, therefore, to fully provide the due rights to the veterans and war invalids, both from World War Two and for those who took part or are taking part in the peacekeeping missions in recent decades’, the Presidential Administration stressed.

The veterans’ delegation included retired General Marin Dragnea, who is the president of the War Veterans National Association, retired General Teodor Halip, who chairs the Association of the Knights of the Mihai Viteazu Order, retired General Dumitru Penciuc, the president of the War Veterans Association in the Interior Ministry and retired General Victor Goanta, the president of the War Invalids Association.

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