To mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941–1945, Vladimir Putin has ordered to make one-time payments to certain groups of citizens of the Russian Federation who permanently reside in the Russian Federation, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania and the Republic of Estonia.
A one-time payment to the Great Patriotic War veterans and disabled veterans and all equal-status persons will constitute 75,000 rubles. In addition, this amount will be paid to former underage prisoners of concentration camps, ghettoes and other detention facilities created by the Nazis and their allies during World War II; widows (widowers) of soldiers killed during the Winter War, the Great Patriotic War, the Soviet-Japanese War; as well as widows (widowers) of the deceased veterans and disabled veterans.
A one-time payment of 50,000 rubles will be made to homefront workers who worked at least six months during the Great Patriotic War. A similar payment will be made to former adult prisoners of concentration camps, prisons and ghettoes.
The President also instructed the Government to provide financing for the implementation of this Executive Order.