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More than 500,000 Russians can participate in resettlement program

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More than 500,000 Russians can participate in resettlement program


17.09.2021

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More than 500,000 people are invited to the State resettlement program. The program aims to assist the voluntary resettlement of Russian compatriots, the Trud newspaper writes. This goal is set in the program, which was approved by the Government of the Russian Federation. The program must be completed by 2030.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs are set to popularize the program among compatriots.

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, as of the second quarter of this year, almost 20,000 people have applied for participation in the program. Resettlement program has been operating for about 15 years, more than 80 Russian regions have joined it during this period.

As Russkiy Mir reported earlier, last spring the number of participants in the state program reached a million. Residents of the unrecognized Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics are offered the opportunity to join it.

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