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Special working group in Chukotka will help citizens who forcibly left Ukraine

In Chukotka, a working group has been set up to support citizens who have been forced to leave the territory of Ukraine, the press service of the head of the region reports.

The group included 15 people. They were representatives of the executive branch, departments and divisions of federal institutions in the Chukotka Autonomous Region. Also at the meeting were invited employers conducting their activities in the district and having quotas for inviting foreign citizens to Chukotka to work.

The working group was established in accordance with the order of the governor of the Chukotka AO Roman Kopin. The head of the region noted that the residents of Chukotka never refused to help those in need.

- In connection with the situation in the south-east of Ukraine, more and more refugees are arriving in Russia who need the support of the fraternal people. Previously, residents of the district have already collected financial charitable assistance to residents of Ukraine, now the region is faced with the task of creating all the necessary conditions for the acceptance of forced migrants on its territory. For this, it is necessary to solve a number of priority issues related to the provision of housing, employment of adult displaced persons and provision of minors with places in kindergartens and schools, - said Roman Kopin.

According to Anastasia Zhukova, head of the working group, head of the district social policy department, to create all the conditions necessary for comfortable stay of forced migrants in Chukotka, it is necessary to quickly assemble a single database that will include information on migrants arriving in the district, municipal districts of the district, as well as a list of employers who are ready to hire citizens who are forced to leave the territory of Ukraine.

- The relevant instructions were received by the Department of Education, Culture and Youth Policy, the Department of Social Policy and the heads of municipalities of the Chukotka Autonomous District, - said Anastasia Zhukova and noted that the issue of opening an account for collecting charitable assistance to internally displaced persons on the basis of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Branch is also being considered. Russian Red Cross.

The creation of an ad hoc working group is due to a published resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation, which refers to the distribution among the subjects of the country of more than 150 000 forced migrants currently residing in the Rostov Region, the Krasnodar Territory and the Republic of Crimea. In accordance with this decree, up to 390 people can arrive in Chukotka.
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