How much do war veterans living in other Central Asia’s nations get on the occasion of Victory Day?

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In Kazakhstan, war veterans living in Nur-Sultan and Almaty will receive 1 million tenge (equivalent to 2,229 U.S. dollars) each, while war veterans living in Aktobe will receive 2 million tenge (equivalent to 4,459 U.S. dollars) each.

As of April 1, 2022, 387 veterans of the Great Patriotic War live in Kazakhstan.

Veterans of the Great Patriotic War living in Kyrgyzstan will receive 100.000 soms (equivalent to 1,209 U.S. dollars) each.

As of February 1, 2022, 107 veterans of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 are estimated to be still alive in Kyrgyzstan.

In Uzbekistan, May 9 is celebrated as the Day of Memory and Honor. On the eve of May 9, veterans of the World War II, former prisoners of concentration camp and survivors of the Nazi blockade of Leningrad will receive 15 million sums (equivalent to 1,339 U.S. dollars) each.

As of April 24, 2022, 236 veterans of the World War II live in Uzbekistan.

There is no yet information about the amount of lump-sum payments to be provided war veterans in Turkmenistan, Fergana news agency added.

Source: Asia-Plus