Putin ordered to provide housing for Ukrainian deserters in annexed Crimea
According to the document, Ukrainian deserters either will be provided with money for the purchase of apartments or with living premises
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree, according to which Ukraine's former military who deserted to Russian Armed Forces after the annexation of the Crimea, should be provided with housing. The corresponding document is available on the legal information portal.
Housing should be provided by their local executive authorities.
According to the document, Ukrainian deserters either will be provided with money for the purchase of apartments or will be provided with living premises.
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