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Refugees from Ukraine help settle in the Far East

The Ministry for the Development of the Far East together with the authorities of the DFO regions organized work to accommodate refugees from Ukraine in the Far East, including the provision of housing, employment assistance, medical care, and the organization of the educational process, the ministry’s press service reports.

At present, 760 citizens of Ukraine (including 210 children) have arrived in the Far Eastern Federal District:
Khabarovsk Territory - 415 people (including 127 children);
Primorsky Territory - 46 people (including 8 children);
Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) –100 people (including 30 children);
Amur Region - 76 people (including 18 children);
Sakhalin Region - 51 people (including 8 children);
Jewish Autonomous Region - 72 people (including 19 children).

Also on July 25, 2014 on board the Russian Emergencies Ministry to the airport of Khabarovsk pr
and there were 88 Ukrainian refugees from the Leningrad and Kaluga regions.

For Ukrainian refugees, temporary accommodation centers have been set up, equipped with cooking facilities, there are stoves, kettles, refrigerators, there is a necessary supply of food. The government of the Khabarovsk Territory provided humanitarian food aid, as well as daily delivery of fresh bread.

Also, work is being carried out with potential employers for the employment of Ukrainian refugees. So, the enterprises of the Khabarovsk Territory are ready to offer 538 vacancies provided with official housing. The issue of the employment of Ukrainian miners in the Far East is also being considered.

The All-Russian public organization "Russian Red Cross" also actively participates in the provision of humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees.
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