Mariupol families provided with social housing
The first 35 Mariupol families will soon be able to move into social housing in Dnipro.
This was reported by the Mariupol city council.
Housing has been provided to the most vulnerable groups of people, in particular, families with several children, people with disabilities, pregnant women, pensioners, prisoners of war, war veterans and victims.
The list of families was approved by the members of the commission for the allocation of social housing.
For a new home for the resettlers a hostel in Dnipro was reconstructed, which was equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable stay.
According to the report, the city council is considering the possibility of providing Mariupol residents and other communities with housing in the future.
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Eugenia Ruban writes about political and economic news. She looks at large-scale phenomena in Ukrainian politics and economics from the perspective of how they will affect ordinary Ukrainians.