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Almost 1000 compatriots will remain in the Magadan region in 2014 year
At the meeting of the regional government, the results of the implementation of the program "Assistance to the voluntary resettlement of compatriots living abroad to the Magadan region" were summed up.
According to Natalya Tverdokhlebova, Minister of Labor and Social Development, the subprogram was originally intended to ensure the introduction of compatriots of 1650 into the territory of the Magadan region: 550 participants of the state program to assist the voluntary resettlement of compatriots living abroad and 1100 members of their families to the Russian Federation Included in the 2014 year is the introduction of 90 participants and 180 members of their families.
For these purposes, the regional budget allocated 52,2 million rubles, in 2014 the planned amount of funding was 12,2 million rubles. However, due to the increase in the number of citizens who were forced to leave Ukraine and expressed a desire to become participants in the State Program for the Resettlement of Compatriots, it was necessary to redistribute funds from the regional budget in 2014. As a result, the total amount of funding for the subprogram "Assistance to the voluntary resettlement of compatriots living abroad to the Magadan region" for 2014-2017 "of the state program" Labor resources of the Magadan region "for 2014-2017" increased by 23,5 million rubles and amounted to 75,7 million rubles.
The implementation of the subprogram in 2014 ensures the resettlement of 900 compatriots into the territory of the Magadan Region: of whom 300 are participants in the state program to assist the voluntary resettlement of compatriots living abroad to Russia, and 600 members of their families. The resource support of the subprogram in 2014 is 18,5 million rubles. According to the data of the migration service, as of November 1, 2014, 352 citizens (together with family members 632 people) applied to the Federal Migration Service of Russia for the Magadan Region with an application for participation in the Compatriots subprogram (321 people together with family members), of which 587 are Ukrainian citizens (together with XNUMX family members). The rest of the applicants are citizens of Moldova, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan.
As Governor Vladimir Pechenyi noted, the program has several goals - to attract specialists in demand on the labor market of the Magadan region, to find replacements for those leaving Kolyma and to prevent a decrease in the population.
“We can offer our compatriots jobs with decent wages, in turn, we ourselves will get the personnel so necessary for our economy,” Vladimir Pechenyi stressed.