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Information on accommodation of people who leave Crimea

Arsenii Yatsenyiuk orders to inform citizens at most, who will emigrate from Crimea

23.03.2014 | 17:36
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION OF THE SECRETARIAT OF THE CMU


Prime Minister of Ukraine Arsenii Yatsenyiuk at the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers in Sunday ordered members of the Government to ensure informing of citizens at most on accommodation of people who leave Crimea and other questions related to the situation.

He addressed to Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman, Minister of Education and Science Serhii Kvit and Minister of Social Policy Liudmyla Denisova to spread the information, in particular on "where are places of accommodation, where you can get social assistance, on the size of social assistance, where you can be registered at an employment center, what job you can get and where you can send a child in kindergarten, school, pass independent testing."

Arsenii Yatsenyiuk ordered to develop and submit to the Government “a clear plan, so that anyone has no misunderstandings on these questions.”

The Prime Minister also informed that the Cabinet of Ministers adopts a decree on heads of regional state administration of those regions, where people who leave Crimea will be accommodated. “We have personal responsibility for the fate of every people.”

Recall you can find information on the accommodation of military families and civilians who are in the Crimea and Sevastopol city on the hotline:

+38 (044) 454-44-51, 454-43-37 — the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine
+38 (044) 253-04-71 — public Reception Office of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine
+38 (044) 207-18-04, 207-18-79 – Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine.


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