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MOSCOW, September 24 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s government adopted regulations for security measures in relocation of protected persons, namely victims, witnesses and other participants in criminal procedures. The federal budget undertakes all expenses of the security measures, the government’s order, published on the official site, reads.
The document says before relocating, a person may change identifying and documents, where personal information may be changed. The relocation measure will observe the confidential information on the protected person and the undertaken security measures.
The regulations state that “in case of relocation, an earlier real estate, whether rented from the state or a city, is reserved for the person for the entire period of the security measures.”
A security authority would be responsible for providing housing for the person, for undertaking expenses for the move and for a material allowance. The protected person will receive for twelve months from the arrival to a new place a monthly material allowance: during the first three months – four times the amount of living-wage, and during following months – twice the amount of living-wage.