Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

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Chita
Yakutsk

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Vladivostok
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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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Petropavlovsk-
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Moscow

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108 employees of Kolyma Refinery received financial assistance

Governor Vladimir Pechenyi said that 108 employees "Kolyma Refinery"financial aid in the amount of 30 thousand rubles was paid. Another 19 people will receive it after the submission and processing of the necessary documents, the press service of the government reports. Magadan region... Employment measures for employees of the Kolymsky Refinery (KAZ) were discussed at today's meeting of the interdepartmental working group on socio-economic development and employment of the population.

Since 1 February 2015, the company has transferred 118 employees to the "idle" mode. According to Natalia Khrebtova, Acting Minister of Labor and Social Policy of the Magadan Region, a mobile working group was set up to conduct pre-election consultations, assist in finding work and provide material support to employees of Kolyma Refinery OJSC

As of early April 2015, 19 people turned to the Khasynsky District Employment Department of the GKU TsZN in Magadan from among the employees of OJSC Kolymsky Refinery, who quit the plant of their own free will. "All applicants were provided with government services to inform about the situation on the labor market and the selection of suitable jobs. Three citizens are employed, including one - for public works. Four citizens from among the former employees of OJSC "Kolymsky Refinery" were sent for vocational training in the professions "loader driver" and "slinger", three were included in the training groups for the professions "security guard" and "accountant" ", - noted Natalia Khrebtova.

As previously reported by EastRussia, the Kolyma refinery began bankruptcy proceedings. The enterprise owes gold miners more than 4 billion rubles - there is no such money on the plant's balance sheet. A large debt to subsoil users was discovered at the end of 2013 - two tons of gold were lost from the plant. The artel Kolyma and Yakutia suffered; nor the precious metal, nor did the gold miners get money for it. Now comes the investigation.

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