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Currently, 30 regions of the Russian Federation have declared their readiness to accept forced migrants. So, on the territory of 28 subjects of the Central Federal District, Volga Federal District, Ural Federal District, North Caucasus Federal District and Southern Federal District, 255 TACs with a total capacity of more than 28 thousand people are ready.

Currently, due to the arrival of a large number of citizens of Donbass, a regional emergency regime has been declared in a number of regions of the Russian Federation – Rostov, Voronezh and Kursk regions.

About 2 thousand people were delivered by rail from the Rostov region to the Voronezh region in a day. Another 3.4 thousand people are expected in the Kursk, Voronezh, Volgograd and Nizhny Novgorod regions in the coming hours. Another 15 trains are scheduled to depart on Monday.

According to the Border Directorate of the Federal Security Service of Russia in the Rostov region, more than 30,000 citizens of Donbass crossed the Russian border per day through checkpoints.

On February 20, Acting Head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia A. Chupriyan assessed the living conditions, the state of food and medical and psychological provision of stationary TACs in the Neklinovsky district of the Rostov region.

“More than 60% of the TACs are children. Our main task is to create the most comfortable conditions for their living. Responsible officials are assigned to each TAP, both through the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia and other departments, so we have a complete picture of their living conditions and their needs,” said A. Chupriyan.

At checkpoints and TAPs, doctors conduct PCR testing to detect coronavirus infection. If necessary, vaccination of arriving citizens will be carried out.

To provide emergency psychological assistance to internally displaced persons in the Rostov Region, 29 specialists from the psychological service of the EMERCOM of Russia are working. In total, 65 psychologists were involved in the work in the regions, and specialists – volunteers will be additionally involved. Psychological assistance was provided in more than 650 cases.

On the basis of the helpline of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the Rostov Region, the operation of the hotline was organized.

The provision of one-time financial assistance continues.

In total, a group of more than 1.2 thousand specialists and about 504 pieces of equipment is involved on the spot. In the next 24 hours, the grouping of the Russian Emergencies Ministry will be reinforced by specialists from the Tula and Noginsk rescue centers.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and/or sentence structure not be perfect.

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