Dozens of Palestinian refugees to Dagestan receive Russian citizenship Dozens of Palestinian refugees to Dagestan receive Russian citizenship

Dozens of Palestinian refugees to Dagestan receive Russian citizenship

Dozens of Palestinian refugees to Dagestan receive Russian citizenship

62 Palestinians evacuated from the Gaza Strip and arrived in Dagestan received Russian passports, and the issue of regulating the legal status of other refugees is being resolved.

45 Palestinian refugees obtain Russian citizenship
The administration of the President of the Russian Republic of Dagestan said on Telegram on Tuesday that 156 Palestinians were evacuated from the Gaza Strip to Dagestan, including 81 children, and are living in one of the entertainment centers, where a temporary residence center has been established.

The President's administration added that work is continuing in Dagestan, to support Palestinians who were forced to leave their country.

Health insurance cards and personal accounts have also been issued, and it is also scheduled to consider the possibility of obtaining a monthly grant for the birth and upbringing of children.

According to the authorities in the Republic of Dagestan, refugees are fully provided with warm clothes and basic necessities, and in addition, “competent agencies provide psychological care on an ongoing basis, and sanitary and anti-epidemic measures and medical examinations are carried out.”




Russian Foreign Ministry: Russia delivers a humanitarian aid shipment to Afghanistan to help those affected by natural disasters

Russian Foreign Ministry: Russia delivers a humanitarian aid shipment to Afghanistan to help those affected by natural disasters

The Russian Foreign Ministry reported that the Ministry of Emergencies delivered humanitarian aid to Afghanistan to help those affected by natural disasters.

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The Ministry indicated in its statement that the aid shipment includes medicines and special medical equipment, as well as equipment to deploy temporary shelters.

The ministry’s statement said: “The Russian side, in partnership with the Afghan Business Center in Moscow and its president, Muhammad Nader Shah, delivered a shipment of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, which includes medicines and special medical equipment, in addition to wheelchairs, as well as equipment for deploying temporary shelters, which are needed by the population of Afghanistan affected by natural disasters.” Urgently".

The statement indicated that the shipment was delivered at Kabul Airport during the New Year holiday.

The Russian Foreign Ministry added that Moscow will continue to provide humanitarian aid to the friendly Afghan people.

This Russian initiative comes after a series of earthquakes with a magnitude of 6.4 were recorded in western Afghanistan on October 7. The following week, new earthquakes occurred in the country, and the total number of victims exceeded 10,000 people.

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