Prime Minister of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov says 1,117 billion rubles will be allocated for the issues of repatriates in 2015, noting that money will be allocated in the frameworks of Federal program.
The announcement was made during a sitting of Crimea Parliament, dedicated to 1st anniversary of Crimean referendum.
Head of State Committee for Deported Citizens Zaur Smirnov also had announced earlier that the committee plans to receive 1,117 billion rubles from the Federal budget.
Smirnov pointed out that the main task in 2015, would be finishing of the construction of national school in Fontany—a district of Simferopol, place of compact residing of Crimean Tatars.
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