Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Yakutsk to take part in the discussion of the problems of Russia’s Far East on Monday and kick off the construction of the Power of Siberia pipeline, the press service of the Kremlin reported.
The Russian government will fund the programs for the reception and placement of refugees from Ukraine, with the Federal Migration Service receiving approximately $15.5 million from funds allocated to support small and medium-sized businesses, the newspaper Izvestiya wrote Monday, citing the ordinance of the Cabinet of Minister.
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"Our stand is crystal clear – we want peace in Ukraine which can only be attained through broad national dialogue in which all regions and all political forces of the country must participate," Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview.