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MOSCOW, November 3. / TASS /. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree on the allocation of subsidies in the amount of 1 billion 466 million rubles for the measures necessary for temporary welfare arrangement of persons forced to leave the territory of Ukraine and residing in temporary accommodation, according to the Cabinet's website.
The Russian Health Ministry will be provided with the amount of 1 billion 385.9 million rubles and 80.1 million rubles will be given to the Federal Biomedical Agency.
This decree is aimed at "regulating the order of medical care and preventive vaccinations of Ukrainian citizens and stateless persons," the statement says.
It says in particular that "to the citizens of Ukraine and stateless persons permanently residing in Ukraine, who were forced to leave the country and arrived in Russia on a mass scale, with the exception of those recognized as refugees in the established order, healthcare is provided in accordance with rules providing medical assistance to foreign nationals on the territory of Russia. "
The signed decree approves the rules for the granting from the federal budget to the budgets of the Federation of intergovernmental transfers to compensate for the respective regional spending.