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The possibility of providing medical assistance to migrants will be discussed in Russia

The possibility of providing medical assistance to migrants will be discussed in Russia
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The head of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) Svetlana Chupsheva proposed to consider the possibility of providing migrants with medical care in Russia, as well as creating for them minimal social assistance in the context of COVID-19. 

According to the ASI press service, Svetlana Chupsheva noted that it is possible to consider the possibility of creating an additional field medical infrastructure, where migrants can undergo diagnostics and treatment. She also suggested thinking about the minimum social assistance to migrants.

Earlier, the head of the agency sent a letter to the Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin with a set of support measures in the context of the coronavirus. The document, among other things, proposes to equate employed migrants to citizens of the Russian Federation and pay them unemployment benefits. According to Chupsheva, these measures should work as much as the support will be provided to citizens of the country.

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