Another batch of deported Ukrainians from the Donbas have arrived in the Far East. This is reported by the Russian media.
Local authorities reported that 81 Ukrainians, who are called "forced refugees" in russia, arrived in Primorsky Krai.
They are settled in Spassk, Lazovsky district, Ussuriysk, Vladivostok and Artem.
Another 303 people are expected to arrive on Thursday. They get to the place of their special settlement by train from Taganrog.
Local authorities reported that they had selected "more than 600 vacancies in education, healthcare, catering, transport and logistics, as well as nonprofessional occupations" for the deportees.
All of them are being settled in temporary accommodation centers, but they are promised that the employer can provide them with housing in the future.
As previously reported, the russian occupiers are massively deporting the civilian population of the occupied territories to the depressed regions of the russian federation.