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MOSCOW, September 09. /ITAR-TASS/. Over 58,000 Ukrainian refugees remain in more than 1,000 temporary accommodation centers in Russia, the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s spokesman Alexander Drobyshevsky told ITAR-TASS.
He said 58,100 people, who had to flee Ukraine, including 18,453 children, remained in 1,012 centers for refugees. All necessary care was provided for them, he added.
A hotline, which is operating to help refugees, receives about 100 calls a day, Drobyshevsky said.
More than 57,400 refugees were carried by planes, trains and buses to other Russian regions from the border areas. The Emergencies Ministry’s aircraft and vehicles delivered over 2,200 tons of humanitarian cargoes for Ukrainian refugees, the official added.