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FPU asks not to touch Saenko

FPU asks not to touch Saenko

Ukrainian authorities should stop attacking trade unions and drop illegal charges against their leaders

The Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine announced this in a letter to President Volodymyr Zelensky, Prime Minister Denys Shmygal and Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk, DS reports.

In particular, the FPU recalled that since the beginning of the military aggression, it has provided financial assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine and Troops in the amount of more than UAH 300 million. She raised the international trade union movement and the progressive public to the defense of Ukraine through thousands of demonstrations of solidarity in Brussels, London, Berlin, Warsaw and other European capitals. Ukrainians from zones of active hostilities. Thanks to international partners and own funds, more than UAH 120 million was financed. assistance to temporarily displaced persons. The FPU has opened the doors of 14 of its sanatoriums, 8 tourist establishments, as well as dormitories of educational and methodological centers of trade unions and other facilities, where more than 6 thousand people are daily.

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Besides, the military is also being rehabilitated in trade union institutions after combat wounds. Trade unions attracted international donors, in particular, the American charitable foundation Corus International, the New Development Trade Union Agency of Denmark and Sweden, the European and International Trade Union Confederations, and a number of trade union centers in European countries.

However, they add to the FPU, despite these efforts, “certain politicians are trying to destroy the trade unions, pushing anti-social laws into the Rada and persecuting trade union leaders.”

“On which, by the way, in their appeals to Ukraine Numerous international institutions have focused their attention,” the letter says.

The FPU hopes that the president “will not ignore these anti-democratic processes, intervene in the situation and stop illegal pressure on trade unions.”

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“…we ask you to take measures to stop attacks on the property rights of trade unions and pressure on trade union leaders; remove illegal accusations, withdraw anti-union bills and move on to a constructive social dialogue, uniting efforts for the benefit of the people of Ukraine and Victory over the enemy,” the FTU appeal to Volodymyr Zelensky says.

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