Uralkali celebrated Victory Day

14.05.2013
Uralkali celebrated Victory Day

Uralkali held a series of festivities in honor of Victory Day, veterans of the Great Patriotic War and home front workers. In addition, each former soldier and home front worker received additional financial support.

Today, the Veterans Council of the Company consists of 8400 veterans who were potash industry workers. Among them there are 348 veterans of the Great Patriotic war home front workers. As a sign of respect and gratitude Uralkali demonstrates genuine concern to all former potash industry workers and especially to those who fought in the Great Patriotic War.

On the eve of the festive day veterans met with students, shared their memories of the war and together they laid wreaths on the graves of war participants who died in hospitals. Veterans of the potash industry from Solikamsk paid tribute to the war dead and looked back to heroic events of the past at Memory square.

In honor of the holiday gala nights were traditionally held with managers of the Company expressing their gratitude to Berezniki and Solikamsk veterans.

The Veterans Council of Uralkali took part in town-wide meetings on May 9.

In accordance with the program “Support and care” there is an annual increase in funds allocated for the Veterans Council. They are used for financial assistance in the purchase of medicines for seriously ill retirees, maintenance of the Veterans Council building, leisure and holiday activities. It is planned to send 400 veterans of the potash industry to holiday resorts where they will improve their health. Depending on the length of service for the enterprise all Uralkali veterans receive quarterly subsidies.

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