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“Ukrainian citizens are sent from the Rostov Region and Crimea to other Russian regions. The ministry’s aviation transported more than 9,500, cars - more than 11,300, trains - almost 5,000,” Drobyshevsky said.
The ministry’s aviation and cars delivered more than 1.7 tonnes of humanitarian aid for the refugees.
A mobile hospital working in Rostov Region’s Donetsk since July 2 helped more than 1,300 Ukrainians, including 191 children.
About 60,000 asked for refugee status or temporary asylum, the Federal Migration Service chief Konstantin Romodanovsky said on Tuesday. About 2 million Ukrainians are now in Russia; about 600,000 have arrived from Ukraine’s southeast.