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DONETSK, October 7. /TASS/. Authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic will provide temporary accommodation for people who have lost their homes as a result of fighting, the republic’s Vice-Premier Alexander Karaman told TASS.
The council of ministers has ordered heads of administrations and military commandants in cities and districts to find temporary housing for such people before October 15, the beginning of the season when heat is provided, Karaman said.
Authorities were ready to give temporary accommodation to more than 300 families in Donetsk alone, he said, adding that hostels of universities and organizations would be used to accommodate homeless people.
The vice premier said authorities in Ilovaisk, which was most severely hit in fighting, had reported to him that all the homeless people there were provided with temporary accommodation.