The state of emergency imposed in Khabarovsk in September 2014 due to the influx of immigrants From Ukraine, canceled, according to the Internet office of the regional government.
"Canceling the state of emergency, signed by the head of the region Vyacheslav Shport, entered into force. The document States that repealed the state of emergency established in September 2014, and the regional level of response personnel and equipment Khabarovsk subsystem RSChS, " informs the government.
As explained in the Krai government, the state of emergency was revoked in connection with the stabilization of the situation. Since the summer of last year in the region there was a great flow of immigrants. Through the whole of the Russian Federation Citizens were traveling to visit relatives, and to apparatus for the workplace, for example, in coal mines, on the aircraft, in polyclinics. Part of the families from Khabarovsk went to other far Eastern regions in Primorye, Sakhalin.
It is noted that at the present time in Khabarovsk live 2, 4, thousands of immigrants From Ukraine. Actively to arrive in the region they started From June 2014. In the framework of the introduced state of emergency for them were equipped with a temporary stay, the mechanism of social support provided employment assistance.
according to the regional Department of labour and employment, now from 1, 5 thousand working-age immigrants are 1, 02 thousand people - about 70%. More than half of them are employed in Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The other got a job in the municipal districts of the region. So, in verhnebureinskom area on mine OAO Urgalugol employs 160 people. Citizens of Ukraine are engaged in the fields of construction, health, trade, agriculture, services and education in the extractive and processing industries.
In addition, while staying within the Khabarovsk Krai refugees was paid a lump sum financial assistance for urgent needs. The total amount of funds allocated from the regional budget for each family member, amounted to about eleven million.