More than 100 residents of Ukraine asked for residence in Kolyma
More than 100 residents of Ukraine appealed to authorities of Kolyma for the assistance in resettlement to Magadan region. All appeals refer to the period from the beginning of the current year and are linked to the political developments in Ukraine. The first family has already moved.
Today the ministry of labor and social policy of the region informed the correspondent of ITAR-TASS that mass appeals from Ukraine "are most likely related to the recent developments in this state."
For now one family from Ukraine arrived to Kolyma. They settled in Khasynsk district of the region and were employed by the sanatorium Talaya. The rest of appeals are considered individually. The ministry of labor and social development of Kolyma informed that it was specified what vacancies could be provided for the migrants, in what districts of the region they planned to settle.
The number of appeals from residents of Ukraine, who want to move to Magadan region, is growing. According to the head of the department Natalia Tverdokhlebova, the region needs teachers, doctors and craftspeople.
The program under the title Labor Resources of Magadan Region is adopted. The subprogram under the title Assistance to Voluntary Resettlement of Compatriots Living Abroad to Magadan Region is its constituent part and was worked out for the period from 2014 till 2017.
Tverdokhlebova explained that the Russian state compensates costs of the participant of the program and members of his/her s family for visa applications, the trip and transportation of personal property from the place of their permanent residence on the territory of the foreign state to the place of their future residence. Assignment allowances, monthly allowances in case of no income from work, and a number of other payments from federal and regional budget are foreseen.
On March 7 the deputy head of the Federal Migration Service Anatoly Fomenko at the meeting of the temporary commission of the Council of the Federation on Monitoring the situation in Ukraine informed that from January 1, 2014 1,573 citizens of Ukraine addressed the Federal Migration Service with the request to obtain citizenship of the Russian Federation.
According to ITAR-TASS, the head of the Federal Migration Service of Russia Konstantin Romodanovskiy informed that the Federal Migration Service of Russia addressed the High Commissioner for Refugees of the UN. According to him, the indraft of Ukrainian citizens to the Russian Federation increased dramatically. "There are certain symptoms of humanitarian catastrophe, they are becoming more obvious. The indraft of elderly persons and children increased two times," he said, noting that the number of people, arriving to the Russian Federation from Ukraine with purposes, not associated with work, increased.