Ministry of Internal Affairs of Crimea began giving rehabilitation certificates to Crimean Tatars, Armenians, Greeks, Bulgarians and other peoples that were deported in 1944 from Crimea, press service of Republican Committee on Interethnic Relations and Issues of Formerly Deported Citizens reported.
The certificate will be given within 3 month after the application submitted.
The decision was made in compliance with the decree, signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin on April 21 to rehabilitate Armenian, Bulgarian, Greek, Crimean Tatar and German peoples.
The applications can be submitted on weekdays in the office of Republican Committee on Interethnic Relations in Simferopol.
As we earlier reported, Crimean Parliament adopted a decree on guarantees to repatriates, who were deported on ethnic bases from Crimea in 1944.
The decree provides different kinds of one-time dowries to repatriates.
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