SOCIAL PROTECTION OF MILITARY PERSONNEL IN UKRAINE: STATE AND REGIONAL GUARANTEES
Keywords:social protection, public administration, military personnel, martial law, benefits, state and regional guarantees
The article analyzes the material support of military personnel for the period of martial law in Ukraine. The main purpose of the article is defined as: to analyze the sphere of social protection of Ukrainian military personnel in the context of providing them with state and regional guarantees. For this, the following goals are defined: analysis of state and regional guarantees of social protection of military personnel, in particular: benefits for military personnel and members of their families, namely the right to housing, the right to education, the right to free travel. To achieve the main goal of the study, the method of analysis, synthesis, comparison was used. A comparative method was used to analyze legal sources. The grouping method was used to generalize the preferential provision of military personnel. A systematic approach was used to identify systemic changes and phenomena in the system of social protection of military personnel in Ukraine. The main part of the article deals with the analysis of state and regional guarantees of social protection of military personnel, in particular: benefits for military personnel and members of their families, namely the right to housing, the right to education, the right to free travel. Separately, the issues of social guarantees of the rights of members of the families of military personnel are disclosed.
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