Alexander Kuranov. In the Czech Republic arrived on Sunday the second group of immigrants from Ukraine in the amount of 35 people. At the airport they were met by the head of the Republic milo? Zeman and several members of the government, told Czech television.
"in Prague on Sunday by plane the Ministry of defence came second group of immigrants from Ukraine in the amount of 35 people, according to the report.- at the airport they were met by the head of the Republic milo? Zeman, Minister of foreign Affairs of Lubomir Zaoralek and interior Minister Milan khovanets ".
earlier this month the first 44 immigrant from Ukraine, not waiting spessarite, arrived in Prague by bus, because, as They told, " wanted to get away from local issues."
Repatriation process began last year with several petitions of Citizens of Ukraine, with Czech roots, to the President of the Czech Republic milo? Semana. They asked the head of the country to assist them in relocating to the Czech Republic due to the difficult economic situation and the beginning of the military conflict in the East of Ukraine. Zeman quickly responded to these appeals, and gave the job to the heads of the foreign Ministry and interior Ministry to consider them and begin the process of repatriation.
in the first stage, the right to continuous residence in the Czech Republic received at Overdrive speed about 150 Residents of Ukraine, this year the foreign Ministry and the interior Ministry of the Republic have plans for this process to continue. All come to live on the land of their ancestors for six months receive free apartments for their stay. In addition, every adult Ukrainians will be issued free of charge by 50 thousand CZK ($2080), and for every child relies on 20 thousand kronor ($830).
for six months, provided by the Czech authorities immigrants to adapt (this term, if necessary, has the ability to be extended), They will receive medical insurance, brush the Czech language. Now several companies have applied to the Ministry of internal Affairs with the initiative of the workers for immigrants from Ukraine.
Just for 2015 Czech government has allocated for Repatriation process 66 million kroons (2, 75 million dollars).
The Czechs appeared in Ukraine in the mid-19th century at the call of the Imperial government for the development of vacant areas, but since the middle of last century, They gradually began to return to their homeland. A large number of immigrants arrived in the Czech Republic immediately upon completion of the Second world war, the next wave came in the early 1990's, which was caused by the collapse of the USSR, and the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster.