Russian soldiers were awarded in the so-called special operation in Ukraine and the veterans who took part in it will be able to apply for free allocation of land plots in the Crimea and the Moscow region. This is what emerges from a draft presidential decree drawn up by the Moscow Defense Ministry, which was reported by the RBC news website. The document recommends that the authorities of the Moscow region, Sevastopol and Crimea “adopt legislative acts recognizing the right of these citizens to obtain free plots of land.”
Meanwhile, TASS reported that the Russian government has prepared all documents for the payment of compensation to citizens of the Donetsk and Lugansk republics in eastern Ukraine, who were forced to leave these territories by moving to Russia. This year, 10.5 billion rubles (175 million euros) will be allocated for this purpose, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced during an executive meeting held today.
Reproduction is reserved © Copyright ANSA
“Reader. Travel maven. Student. Passionate tv junkie. Internet ninja. Twitter advocate. Web nerd. Bacon buff.”