June 2, 2023
Director of the Federal Bailiff Service Dmitry Aristov

Director of the Federal Bailiff Service Dmitry Aristov

©Alexey Nikolsky/Presidential Press Service/TASS

The bailiffs have suspended the collection of debts from the participants of the special operation in Ukraine in the amount of 27 billion rubles, said on May 12 the head of the Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP) of Russia, Dmitry Aristov, whose words leads TASS.

Communicating with the press on the sidelines of the XI St. Petersburg International Legal Forum (SPBILF), Aristov said that proceedings against participants in a special military operation for all types of recoverable debts, except for alimony, are suspended at their request.

“315,000 people used the service in less than a year. The total amount of suspended enforcement proceedings amounted to 27 billion rubles,” Aristov said.

St. Petersburg International Legal Forum is a business event in the field of jurisprudence created in 2011 and held every year. The forum is a unique platform created to discuss topical issues. The Forum is attended by senior officials of the Russian Federation and foreign countries, leading experts in the field of economics, law and international relations, heads of legal departments of the world’s largest companies, representatives of the international legal community.

The development and improvement of support measures for participants and veterans of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine is an urgent task for the Russian authorities. 11 May Head of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation signed an order, approving the charter of the State Fund to support participants in the special operation “Defenders of the Fatherland”. On the same day, for consideration by the deputies of the lower house of the Russian parliament introduced a bill on preferential admission to universities of citizens who participated in the SVO.

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