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The founder of the Union of Refugees of Ukraine Oleg Tsarev suggested to attract refugees to work in the first territory of outstripping development in the Far East

Now in temporary accommodation centers there are about 60 thousand refugees who are ready to work for the good of the country in the Far East, says the speaker of the parliament of Novorossiya Oleg Tsarev - reports the newspaper Izvestia.

The speaker of the Novorossia parliament and founder of the Ukrainian Union of Refugees, Oleg Tsarev, today will propose to the Committee of Public Support for Residents of South-Eastern Ukraine under the Council of the Federation to attract refugees to work in the first priority development area in the Far East. Tsarev himself told this to Izvestia.

- As part of the creation of priority development territories (TORs) in the Far East, 37 thousand new jobs are planned. Experts say local residents will not be able to fully select this quota. At the same time, there are now about 60 thousand refugees in temporary accommodation centers who are ready to work for the good of the country, which sheltered them in difficult times, says Tsarev. - The Union of Refugees of Ukraine is ready to provide assistance to the relevant state authorities of Russia to form the necessary database of refugees indicating the specialty and professional experience to attract them to work in these territories. I think that among the refugees there are enough highly qualified engineers, technologists and representatives of working specialties.

“The idea is interesting,” said Andrei Shokhin, president of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. “Highly qualified specialists will be needed first in TORAh.” Much will depend on the investment projects that will be implemented. But refugees, of course, will be able to attach.

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