127 Crimean residents have moved to Transcarpathia

Press centre of RSA  15 April 2014 18:01  11066347 067179
127 Crimean residents have moved to Transcarpathia

The head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Valeriy Lunchenko took part in the nationwide governmental conference on relocation of residents of Crimea and Sevastopol in regions of Ukraine.
Pursuant to the order of the Prime Minister of Ukraine, in all regions, they are actively working on solving social problems of Crimean residents who have moved from the peninsula. In particular, the employment of the adult population, education of children and young people, ensuring all social benefits - regional headquarters are working on it. Pressing issues of relocation were discussed with representatives of relevant ministries of the Government of Ukraine.
Regarding the Transcarpathian region, as of April 15, 127 people have come to the area from the Crimea, including 84 civilians, 43 soldiers and their family members.

Since March 8, the regional headquarters for the relocation of residents of Crimea has been operating in the region. The regional organization of the Red Cross, the charity organization "Medical Aid Committee in Transcarpathia", a number of other public charities and volunteers contribute to its work.
They made changes to the program "Care" to strengthen social protection of citizens in 2014, which provides for 1.9 million hryvnias for transportation, catering and accommodation for families in Transcarpathian region. 
There is a hotline at (0231) 61-22-20 on issues related to the relocation of people from the Crimea and  Simferopol. 

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