Parliamentarians attend solemn event dedicated to Trade Union Workers’ Day
On February 21, a solemn event dedicated to Trade Union Workers’ Day and the fourth anniversary of the Donetsk People’s Republic’s trade unions took place in the House of Trade Unions in Donetsk. The event was attended by the Head of the DPR Denis Pushilin, Chairman of the People’s Council Vladimir Bidyovka, People’s Council’s deputies, representatives of ministries, departments and trade union organizations of the DPR and Russian Federation.
During the official part, the Head of the DPR Denis Pushilin noted positive strides made by the Republican trade union organizations.
ʺTrade union are actively involved in all social processes, accumulate the most productive forces of the Republic. Your active life position and constructive approach to solving problems of labour collectives is what a labouring man highly values.
I congratulate all trade union workers of the DPR on your professional holiday! I wish you and your loved ones peace, happiness and well-being!,ʺ Denis Pushilin said.
The Speaker of the Parliament expressed the hope in a commentary to the press service of the People’s Council that further interaction between the Parliament and the Federation of Trade Unions would upgrade the quality of joint work.
ʺI congratulate the Chairman of the DPR’s Federation of Trade Unions, deputy Maxim Parshin and each participant of the trade union movement on the holiday. This organization is not only a reliable defender of the rights of labour collectives, but also an effective platform for discussing constructive ideas in order to improve the social sphere of our country,ʺ Vladimir Bidyovka said.
The Speaker of the Parliament added that he was awarded a letter of gratitude during the official part for the development of social dialogue and cooperation with the trade unions in matters of law-making.
ʺI believe that this award belongs to the entire deputy corps, because each of them contributed a part of their work in the development and strengthening of ties with the Federation of Trade Unions, it is our common merit,ʺ Vladimir Bidyovka said.