Julius Nikulina. The delegation of the United Nations on March 16-17, visit Rostov region, where he will hold a meeting with the OSCE mission, working at the border line with Ukraine, local authorities and refugees, said Last news government Commissioner of the region.
according to him, in Rostov will arrive Commissioner of the office of the high Commissioner (UNHCR) United Nations of immigrant Affairs in the Russian Federation bays HAC-Voya and Advisor on legal problems of the UNHCR office in the Russian Federation Irina Shcherbakova.
"on the First day of the week they intend to visit two of the temporary accommodation of immigrants. On Tuesday, they will meet with the OSCE mission, which is working at checkpoints in the Rostov region, and then with the authorities of the region ", - said the head of the Department.
This will be the third visit of the HAC-Voya in the Rostov region. 1st time he visited the region in September last year. Then he met with the authorities and visited in the field temporary housing of immigrants. The second time authorized UNHCR visited the area in early winter last year, visiting the stationary temporary accommodation and Wellness-medical complex, where, for example, treated the Ukrainian refugees.
The Ukrainian authorities began in April last year in the Donbass military operation against dissatisfied with the coup d'etat in the region. According to the summary data of the United Nations, victims of the conflict began more than 6 thousand people. Today, in the Rostov region is more than 39 thousand immigrants. 2, 7 thousand in 34 temporary accommodation centres.
The resolution of the Ukrainian fall under negotiation in different formats, for example, during meetings of the contact group in Minsk with the mediation of the Russian Federation and the OSCE. The next meeting of the contact group on 12 February ended with the adoption of a package of measures on execution of the Minsk agreements, involving, for example, a cease-fire in the Donbass with fifteen February, the withdrawal of heavy weapons and the development of a security zone.