Department of Veterans Affairs: Unified Veterans Preference Certificate is being developed

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 Department of Veterans Affairs: Unified Veterans Preference Certificate is being developed


BEIJING, Jan. 23 (CNN) -- Cao Jun, head of the Department of Support and Care of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs, said on Jan. 23 that the Ministry of Veterans Affairs is developing a unified VeteransCare Certificate.

DATA GRAPH: The Beijing Bureau of Veterans Affairs held the 2008 Beijing Veterans Employment Double Election Conference. Nearly 300 central and municipal enterprises and high-quality large-scale private enterprises provided nearly 1,000 jobs, and more than 1,000 retired soldiers came to the scene to consult and apply for jobs. Photographed by China News Agency reporter Fukuda

On the 23rd, the State New Office held a press conference on the work situation of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs in 2018 and the work arrangement in 2019.

Cao Jun said that for a long time, a series of policies and regulations have been promulgated from the central government to the local government, laying a solid foundation for the development of this work. It can be said with pride that the preferential work of the country is no worse than that of other countries in terms of national input, population coverage and preferential project content.

He said that the Ministry of Veterans Affairs is currently working on the design of a system and a standardized preference system, and drawing up a list of preference catalogues. This list is hierarchically managed and dynamically adjusted. At the same time, the Department of Veterans Affairs is also developing a unified preferential certificate.

Cao Jun said that social forces should be encouraged and advocated to actively participate in preferential treatment work, and a good social atmosphere should be formed in the whole society to show concern for and support the construction of the national defense army and the preferential objects.

Source: He Yufang_NN5632, Responsible Editor of CNN