800 mln rubles will be allocated for settlement of deportees, speaker of Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov announced at the briefing in Simferopol, July 30.
“There is good news, that 800 mln rubles for deportees are already allocated. We have never got so much neither during Yushenko’s presidency, nor during Kuchma or Yanukovich’s presidency. Real work on the issues has already begun”- he noted.
Earlier Crimean Parliament appealed to Russian Ministry of Finance for allocating 800 mln rubles to settle issues of deported citizens.
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