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MOSCOW, June 10. /TASS/. More than 336,000 forcibly displaced persons from Ukraine have been granted asylum or refugee status in Russia, head of the Immigration Control Department of the Russian Migration Service Sergey Temryakovich told TASS on Wednesday.
"To date, more than 336,000 Ukrainian nationals have received temporary asylum or refugee status," he said. Temryakovich noted that the Russian government had allocated about 10 billion rubles for their accommodation and for meeting their basic needs.
As of mid-March, the number of Ukrainians who have been granted asylum or refugee status approached 300,000.