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MOSCOW, September 15./TASS/. The Russian government has increased by almost 100 million rubles ($1,534 million) financing from the federal budget for temporary accommodation of Ukrainian nationals who fled to Russia in 2015, the Cabinet of Ministers reported on Thursday.
A total of 834 million rubles ($12,8 million) will be spent on this instead of the planned 736 million ($11,3 million), says the instruction posted on the official portal of legal information.
The document gave a list of Russian regions that will receive money from the federal budget for accommodation of Ukrainian nationals staying at temporary accommodation centers.