Over 1 million complaints filed with Russian Ombudsman’s Office in 25 years
MOSCOW, October 19 (RAPSI) - Over nearly 25 years of its existence the Office of Russia’s Human Rights Commissioner received more than 1 million applications from citizens, Federal Ombudsman Tatiana Moskalkova said Monday in the Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs.
Hundreds of thousands of applicants received a concrete support, she added.
Moskalkova reminded that the Human Rights Commissioner’s Institute appeared in Russia after the country’s entry into the Council of Europe. The state and the society acquired a new human rights protection tool, she stated.