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Russians with a Kolyma residence permit became 11 Crimeans

Mayor of Magadan Sergey Abramov congratulated the newly minted citizens of the Russian Federation:

“Many of you deliberately chose Magadan as your permanent place of residence,” the mayor emphasized. - And although the capital of Kolyma is not one of the favorable zones in terms of climatic conditions, this land is warmed by the warmth of the people living here. I think that you will feel the spirit of the Kolyma brotherhood in the most difficult moments, although I wish that such did not happen. I congratulate you and I am very glad that there are more of us, northerners.

The youngest document holder turned out to be only 14 years old, and the oldest was already behind 70. Some of the whole family moved to our harsh land.

Within a month, another 11 Crimean residents will receive passports of residents of the Russian Federation in Magadan, the press service of the Magadan mayor's office reported.

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