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PETROZAVODSK, April 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia is ready to welcome Ukrainian specialists in the military-industrial complex who will wish to move to Russia, President Vladimir Putin said on Monday.
At a session of the Council of Lawmakers, Voronezh region duma speaker Vladimir Klyuchnikov asked for assistance, saying that many Ukrainian specialists working in the defense industry complex were ready to move to Russia.
“If there are volunteers, we will help you - they will get worthy salaries, housing and apartments,” the Russian president said. “You will get all necessary funds from the federal budget,” he added, noting that the process had already started, and some specialists had already moved with their families.
Putin said Ukraine had “high potential” in the sector, and could boast “excellent specialists.” “We will be glad to see them at our enterprises in Russia,” he said.