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An interdepartmental group for the support of Ukrainian refugees appeared - Minskostokrazvitiya
The Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East, Maxim Shereykin, held a meeting on the issues of providing support to those who were forced to leave the territory of Ukraine. The meeting was also attended by representatives of the regional authorities of the FEFD, the press service of the department reports.
According to the Far Eastern Regional Center of the EMERCOM of Russia, as of August 25, 2 Ukrainian citizens arrived in the Far Eastern Federal District, including 553 children, the largest number arrived in the Khabarovsk Territory - 622 people. To date, refugees are accommodated in the Far Eastern Federal District in 763 temporary accommodation points (14 people), as well as with relatives and friends. In total, the arrival and accommodation of 487 people was determined on the territory of the Far Eastern Federal District, the largest number in the Primorsky Territory - 9 people. Planned monthly arrivals and accommodations for 060 people
After discussing topical issues of employment at the meeting, it was decided to offer the Branch of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs in the Far Eastern Federal District to assist the DFO Employment Services in solving these issues.
Following the meeting, an interdepartmental working group was created to resolve issues related to the organization of accommodation of Ukrainian refugees, which will address the preparation of proposals for the accelerated recognition of documents confirming education; determining the mechanisms for providing compensation to citizens of Ukraine who arrived independently; interaction with the Border Administrations of the Federal Security Service of Russia and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the territory of the Far-Eastern Federal District job placement, social issues (kindergarten, schools, retirement, medical care); socialization of Ukrainian refugees and other issues.
The working group will include representatives of the Ministry of the East of Russia, executive authorities of subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District, territorial bodies of the Emergencies Ministry of Russia, the Federal Migration Service of Russia, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the Federal Security Service of Russia, the Ministry of Transport of Russia, national diasporas, and public organizations.