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ROSTOV-ON-DON, March 02, /ITAR-TASS/. Thousands Ukrainians would like to stay in Russia sine die, Governor of Russia’s Rostov region Vasily Golubev said on Sunday on arrival from Crimea.
While commenting on the trip, he said that the inflow of Ukrainians to the region had grown.
“The people worry about the uncertainty in their places,” the governor said.
The Rostov region has been preparing temporary accommodation for possible refugees from Ukraine.
“The people are facing the threat of non-paid wages and pensions, and worry about food supplies to the regions,” he said adding the Rostov region would offer assistance - by sending food and by other forms of humanitarian aid.
The Rostov region has been cooperating with bordering Donetsk and Lugansk regions in Ukraine.