Parliament Speaker Vladimir Bidyovka attends VI meeting of Federation Council of DPR Trade Unions
On April 25, a solemn VI meeting of the Federation Council of the Trade Unions of the Donetsk People’s Republic took place in the capital of the Republic. The event was attended by the Chairman of the DPR People’s Council, Vladimir Bidyovka, deputies of the People’s Council, as well as representatives of republican trade union organizations.
In a comment to the People’s Council’s press service, the speaker of the parliament noted the exceptional importance of the trade union movement of the Donetsk People’s Republic.
“We all know how important it is for every working citizen to feel support and protection not only from the state as a whole, but also from the enterprise or organization. I can proudly say that the Federation of Trade Unions of the Donetsk People’s Republic, sectoral trade union movements, trade union associations of workers at enterprises are a reliable support of labour collectives.
The DPR Federation of Trade Unions is the most numerous association of citizens on the territory of our state. The workers’ trust and the ever-growing interest of workfolk in the participation in trade union associations undoubtedly confirm the work effectiveness of the DPR trade unions,” Vladimir Bidyovka said.
Also, the People’s Council Chairman recalled the importance of strengthening the integration processes of the Donbass and the Russian Federation.
“It is vital to elaborate and strengthen ties between the Federation of Trade Unions and the DPR People’s Council, since the legislation of the Donetsk People’s Republic is the foundation without which building an effective and legitimate work structure is simply impossible.
I am confident that within the framework of the work of the People’s Council Committee on the Development of Civil Society, Public and Religious Associations Issues, as well as such meetings as today’s, we will be able to respond promptly to all issues related to the rights protection of labour collectives at enterprises and organizations of the Donetsk People’s Republic,” Vladimir Bidyovka noted.