List of privileged categories of citizens

Below is a complete list of privileged categories of citizens.

1) Heroes of the Soviet Union and Heroes of the Russian Federation, as well as persons awarded the Order of Glory of three degrees;
2) disabled people of I and II disability groups;
3) disabled since childhood;
4) participants in the Civil War and the Great Patriotic War, other combat operations to defend the USSR from among the military personnel who served in military units, headquarters and institutions that were part of the army in the field, and former partisans, as well as combat veterans;
5) civilians of the Soviet Army, the Navy, internal affairs and state security agencies, who held full-time positions in military units, headquarters and institutions that were part of the army during the Great Patriotic War, or persons who were during this period in cities, participation in the defense of which is credited to these persons in the length of service for the appointment of a pension on preferential terms established for military personnel of units of the army in the field;
6) persons entitled to receive social support in accordance with the Law of the Russian Federation of May 15, 1991 N 1244-1 “On the social protection of citizens exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl disaster”, in accordance with the Federal Law of November 26, 1998 of the year N 175-FZ “On the social protection of citizens of the Russian Federation exposed to radiation as a result of the accident in 1957 at the Mayak production association and the discharge of radioactive waste into the Techa River” and the Federal Law of January 10, 2002 N 2-FZ “On social guarantees to citizens exposed to radiation as a result of nuclear tests at the Semipalatinsk test site”;
7) military personnel, as well as citizens dismissed from military service upon reaching the age limit for military service, for health reasons or in connection with organizational and staff measures, having a total duration of military service of 20 years or more;
8) persons who were directly involved in the special risk units in the testing of nuclear and thermonuclear weapons, liquidation of accidents of nuclear installations at weapons and military facilities;
9) family members of servicemen who have lost their breadwinner;
10) pensioners receiving pensions appointed in the manner prescribed by pension legislation, as well as persons who have reached the age of 60 and 55 years (men and women, respectively), who, in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, are paid a monthly life allowance;
11) citizens discharged from military service or called up for military training, performing international duty in Afghanistan and other countries in which hostilities were fought;
12) individuals who received or suffered radiation sickness or became disabled as a result of tests, exercises and other work related to any types of nuclear installations, including nuclear weapons and space technology;
13) parents and spouses of military personnel and civil servants who died in the line of duty;