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13th anniversary of the Volgodonsk terrorist attack
Written by Ирина Халай   
Воскресенье, 16 Сентябрь 2012

Image13 years ago, the world for us was divided in what was a peaceful life, and what happened after September 16th, 1999.

All of Volgodonsk was shaken on that terrible morning.

Everyone was in some way affected by this tragedy.

Some lost loved ones and relatives, while others suddenly found themselves chronic patients at local hospitals.

Children, like adults, overcame the effects of the terrorist attack and bravely faced the injections and exams of a host of physicians.

No one really knew for sure what the aftereffects of the terrorist attack would be on the fragile psyche of the children — how young girls would mature after the severe trauma, or what they could expect when having children of their own.

Unfortunately, despite the many efforts of the ‘Volga-Don’ regional public organization, the issue of rehabilitation for victims of the terrorist attack has not been resolved to this day.

Despite numerous bloody terrorist attacks, there is no such concept such as ‘victims of terrorist attacks’, and nowhere has it been spelled out what the rights of these people in Russia might be.

Up to now, lawmakers have not worked out a law that clearly specifies from what source should come rehabilitation for victims of terrorist attacks.

Judging by the delay in this process, our leaders seem to have no need for a healthy generation. Their attitude is to let the victims work it all out on their own.

From every TV screen they shout that the nation’s health is a priority for Russia, but a grownup on their own cannot cope with concussion, psychological trauma and barotrauma, much less a child.

Every region in which major terrorist attacks have been committed is left all on its own with the problem of needed rehabilitation for victims of a terrorist attack.

In Beslan they built a rehabilitation center, while in Moscow the city government itself is trying to solve the many problems of victims of terrorist attacks that have taken place in the capital.

It is very sad that those who distribute presidential grants do not find public organizations working on behalf of victims to be a priority.

But, as they say, water wears away stone, and we will not lose hope of receiving a presidential grant to help victims of the terrorist attack in Volgodonsk.

Even though we have been waiting for six years!

From the ‘Volga-Don’ regional public organization website

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