Kherson region may get from $100,000 from UN for Crimean IDPs
Kherson region may receive $100,000 as financial assistance from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for the most vulnerable categories of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Russia-annexed Crimea, reads a statement posted on the website of Kherson Regional State Administration.
This issue was discussed at a meeting of the regional headquarters on issues related to the welfare of Ukrainian citizens who move from the temporarily occupied territories and the area of the anti-terrorist operation.
The signing of an agreement between Kherson Regional State Administration and the UNHCR Representation for Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine is currently being considered. As part of this cooperation UNHCR plans to allocate over $100,000 for a small grants program for displaced persons and one-time financial assistance to the most vulnerable internally displaced persons who moved to Kherson region, the report says.
The participants in the meeting also discussed new legislative acts on the social security of Ukrainian citizens who move from the temporarily occupied territories and the area of the anti-terrorist operation.