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On the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory introduced a state of emergency due to the influx of Ukrainian refugees

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The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory had to introduce an emergency mode due to the influx of refugees from the east of Ukraine. In their opinion, this will provide an opportunity to provide the settlers, who are now in the region more than 1300 people, with everything they need.

On the territory of the Khabarovsk Territory introduced a state of emergency due to the influx of Ukrainian refugees


“The state of emergency introduced by the order of the governor will expand the possibilities of the regional authorities in terms of providing citizens of Ukraine. First of all, in terms of providing people with places in temporary accommodation centers, ”the words of the First Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Alexander Levinatal, who is in charge of receiving refugees, cite the words "Vesti".

Levinatal also noted that the emergency mode will allow to quickly solve the problems of employment, nutrition, medical care and education of immigrants. According to him, after the abolition of the Ministry of Regional Development, it is not clear who will be engaged in the transfer of funds that the government allocates for the maintenance of refugees.

Levinatal stressed that soon another echelon with Ukrainian refugees will arrive in the region.
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  1. Oleg NSK
    Oleg NSK 16 September 2014 10: 00
    +2
    train with Ukrainian refugees

    ... as in 1941, refugees in trains arrive in Siberia and the Far East
    1. jaguar
      jaguar 16 September 2014 10: 01
      +5
      Well, who would have imagined such a year ago !!!!
      1. Not local
        Not local 16 September 2014 10: 42
        +2
        It's strange in the Khabarovsk Territory - an emergency, but in Rostov, directly to the city of Donetsk, - this is where 5 and a half thousand refugees passed through the Izvarino - Donetsk checkpoint a day, where every 8 people met on the street - a refugee, where, in addition to a temporary accommodation center for 2500 refugees, refugees live in all hotels, rest homes, rented apartments, just at the respectable residents of Donetsk who have an extra few meters of living space, where shells hit the territory of Russia, where our border guards and customs officers were fired at several times - there is no emergency. Looks like it is customary in the Khabarovsk Territory, almost, so immediately emergency.
        1. Eggor
          Eggor 16 September 2014 10: 50
          +7
          Quote: Non-local
          but in Rostov (...), there is no emergency.

          Introduced from June 2014.
          1. Not local
            Not local 16 September 2014 11: 07
            +8
            N-yes, sorry, misinformed. Emotion overwhelmed. Yes, and do not shout about it here anywhere. Sorry again.
            1. Eggor
              Eggor 16 September 2014 11: 19
              +3
              Quote: Non-local
              Emotion overwhelmed. Yes, and do not shout about it here anywhere.


              So and shout something, the measure is purely administrative, to simplify and facilitate various procedures. Do not go martial law.

              Just read, and let's vote without understanding. Like a popcorn damn soul.
              1. Andrey Skokovsky
                Andrey Skokovsky 16 September 2014 12: 13
                +2
                About 2000 people came to Krasnoyarsk, they didn’t announce any state of emergency, they are resettling

                and in general, the inability to accept a couple or two thousand people is first and foremost a disgrace for the administration of the region, and if God forbid some kind of state of emergency in the region itself happens, then what poor fellow officials will do?

                primitively the same pioneer of the camp and sanatorium, have you already sold everything in your own way?

                prosecutor's office of Khabarovsk, ay !, help your officials determine their priorities in life ...
        2. yulka2980
          yulka2980 16 September 2014 11: 05
          +5
          In fact, in the Far East a year ago there was a flood, and thousands of people were left homeless! Now they do not even have time to provide them with housing, not like refugees! Moreover, we do not live in warm Rostov and Donetsk, we have temperatures here in the winter to - 45 is falling, and winter is near. So before you judge, sort it out ...
        3. STi_v
          STi_v 16 September 2014 11: 40
          +1
          Smart ass. I don’t know about the case when winter begins in the Khabarovsk Territory and when does it end? And what is it to the touch?
        4. 1812 1945
          1812 1945 16 September 2014 13: 22
          +3
          Quote: Non-local
          It’s strange in the Khabarovsk Territory - an emergency, and here in Rostov, directly to Donetsk

          Quote: Non-local
          - there is no emergency.

          The author of the comment is right: if the emergency mode allows mobilizing all the resources for arranging refugees, and especially migrants, we must introduce it! This is a sacred affair - Saving the Russian People! (Especially in Siberia!) The author is not against the emergency regime in the Khabarovsk Territory, but does not understand why this regime is not ANNOUNCED in the Rostov Region? The fact is that he actually already acts there.
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 16 September 2014 11: 06
      +1
      Yesterday I read this note on the Internet. Yo-mine! I remembered the "uplifting of virgin lands", when thousands of "virgin lands" entered only one particular rural area. And no emergency modes! Something is wrong in our state.
      1. STALGRAD76
        STALGRAD76 16 September 2014 11: 31
        +2
        We have such laws, for example, so that the local authorities do not coordinate with Moscow non-urgent issues of local importance, location, mat. help, I think purely legal krakozyabra, 1,3 t. people are not so much.
  2. Bombardier
    Bombardier 16 September 2014 10: 01
    +6
    1300 people - a state of emergency? Of course, I understand that the Khabarovsk Territory is not Krasnodar, but nevertheless, why is it a state of emergency?
    1. Ayujak
      Ayujak 16 September 2014 10: 05
      +2
      Special powers for operational assistance to refugees. This approach is visible. There are still few of them. It may be like snow on your head.
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    2. WYCCTPUJIA
      WYCCTPUJIA 16 September 2014 10: 07
      +1
      Similarly, I was in Khabarovsk, I have a lot of friends from Khabarovsk and I also don’t understand: “1300 people is that so many?” I understand if only in my backwater with 40 people there were 000 refugees, yes, but 1300 people in Khabarovsk in a city with a huge population. It's weird.
    3. BARKAS
      BARKAS 16 September 2014 10: 08
      +3
      Quote: Bombardier
      why state of emergency?

      Everything is simply easier to provide assistance to refugees in accordance with the law.
    4. dima 7
      dima 7 16 September 2014 10: 10
      0
      What would the grandmother tumble and plunder! Everything as usual
      1. nomad
        nomad 16 September 2014 10: 38
        0
        Khabarovsk and the planned money are not normally given, but here the displaced persons arrived. Moreover, the "son-in-law" is resting in the Canaries, there is no one to wash the grandmother. laughing
    5. Eggor
      Eggor 16 September 2014 10: 38
      +2
      Quote: Bombardier
      Of course, I understand that the Khabarovsk Territory is not Krasnodar, but nevertheless, why is it a state of emergency?

      In fact, the region survived a severe flood, for one dwelling, how many repairs and new construction.
    6. Horn
      Horn 16 September 2014 11: 20
      0
      The "emergency" regime and the imposition of a "state of emergency" are not even identical twins. Completely different things designed to solve completely different problems.
    7. STALGRAD76
      STALGRAD76 16 September 2014 11: 33
      0
      Legally allows local authorities to quickly take non-pending measures without the "good" of Moscow
  3. Name
    Name 16 September 2014 10: 04
    +3
    I collect little things that I don’t need: clothes, shoes, everything will come in handy for arrivals from Ukraine ..., girls from social networks are taking things for refugees.
  4. HAM
    HAM 16 September 2014 10: 04
    +2
    It is necessary to help people from DONBASS, and not from Ukraine, what anti-terrorist operation is in Cherassy?
    1. Bombardier
      Bombardier 16 September 2014 10: 09
      0
      Yesterday on the Moscow highway I saw a whole column (more precisely 4 cars, WV minivans) with Vinnytsia numbers, they will see Ukraine coming through Belarus.
  5. VICTOR-61
    VICTOR-61 16 September 2014 10: 07
    +2
    right at least where the hassle away from war and here you need to understand and help get settled
  6. vladushqa92
    vladushqa92 16 September 2014 10: 08
    -2
    Troops of Ukrainian national refugees proved themselves aggressors and invaded the Khabarovsk Territory
  7. Barakuda
    Barakuda 16 September 2014 10: 08
    +3
    Some kind of fake article, they populate the Khabarovsk Territory and give a "green" road to all Slavs. Can bureaucrats slow down?
    1. nomad
      nomad 16 September 2014 10: 43
      -5
      The dough was allocated a little, so it cries that there is nothing to steal. You can’t smear a lot of caviar on bread and butter for one governor’s salary. So he is starving and starving. angry
      1. Serg65
        Serg65 16 September 2014 11: 17
        +3
        Quote: Nomad
        The dough was allocated a little, so it cries that there is nothing to steal. You can’t smear a lot of caviar on bread and butter for one governor’s salary. So he is starving and starving. angry

        My friend, in the Khabarovsk Territory even homeless people don’t smear eggs on bread and butter, where they eat it like porridge with spoons!
        1. yulka2980
          yulka2980 16 September 2014 11: 27
          0
          What are you? Familiar homeless people told you this ?? wassat
          1. Serg65
            Serg65 16 September 2014 11: 32
            +3
            Quote: yulka2980
            What are you? Familiar homeless people told you this ?? wassat

            Yulenka, why bums! I myself have seen more than once with my own eyes what a "Far Eastern" salad is worth! good
            1. alicante11
              alicante11 16 September 2014 12: 32
              +1
              Well, well, this is fine for you, at the reception of some bureaucratic delegation such a salad was given. And so caviar in Khabarovsk, I will report to you from 800 to 2k rubles per liter jar, and, by the way, not Amur caviar, but Okhotsk or Sakhalin caviar, since the Amur was full of phenol for a long time. So you can't crack it with spoons. Gone are the blessed times when we ate caviar with spoons. Now in our area, red fish almost does not appear, does not reach, perhaps, and from Nikolaevsk, say, it is not so easy to smuggle it, too, the fish inspection with riot police. Even "Poyarkov" after a cruise on the Amur was shmonized about three years ago.
              1. Serg65
                Serg65 16 September 2014 12: 52
                +3
                alicante11 ... Alik, I didn’t have to travel with a bureaucratic delegation like that, although I think it would be nice lol . But 4 years ago on the Amgun River in the area of ​​the village. named after Polina Osipenko, friends treated me to this dish, and the most expensive ingredient in this salad was a clove of garlic. Agree that the Khabarovsk Territory is not only Khabarovsk!
                1. alicante11
                  alicante11 16 September 2014 14: 33
                  0
                  It is clear that not only Khabarovsk, but also in Khabarovsk and the south, a large part of the population lives, which "has not eaten caviar with spoons" for a long time. Although there were such times. Even in the 90s, they ate caviar for every holiday. And now we cannot afford a spoon for the child for breakfast.
    2. yulka2980
      yulka2980 16 September 2014 11: 12
      +1
      No one is stopping anyone here! They constantly show on TV where refugees live and where they found work! Many refugees are now employed in Khabarovsk, the other day they showed a pediatrician from Ukraine, now they work in the district hospital! We are glad to all normal people, but not parasites who and mine enough!
  8. MIV999
    MIV999 16 September 2014 10: 09
    +3
    Our people ... We'll figure it out ... Many people also came to Novosibirsk from war-torn regions ...
    And, by the way, I don’t know how to whom, but I personally hate to even read the word “refugees” ... What kind of “refugees” are they ?! ... They are OUR people now !!! ... They just have trouble with home happened, a lot had to go through, change ... They just need help to arrange their lives in a new place ... And for good people Russia has always found in its centuries-old history "both a table and a house" ... Nothing, thank God, we - RUSSIA, not Luxembourg - we will all fit) ...
    Welcome!!!
    1. g1v2
      g1v2 16 September 2014 10: 21
      +1
      That's right, people are needed there in Siberia, in the Far East and in the north. Most likely, they simply signal that the region needs help, although 1300 people are few for the 1300000 population of the region.
  9. dima 7
    dima 7 16 September 2014 10: 09
    -5
    annoying these stuffing !!! why not on Sakhalin? Khabarovsk is a huge city, they write about 1300 people in total, because of this it is necessary to introduce emergency situations ??? show these people !!!! for some reason no one goes to St. Petersburg and MSC, although there is full of work No.
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 16 September 2014 10: 19
      +3
      Quote: dima 7
      ... because of this, it is necessary to introduce emergency situations ???

      "Levinatal noted ... the emergency mode will allow promptly decide problems of employment, food, medical care and education of migrants ... "

      Yes, even if martial law is imposed if it helps to quickly solve the problems of immigrants.
      Comparing Peter and Moscow with the rest of Russia is not correct.
      1. dima 7
        dima 7 16 September 2014 10: 26
        -3
        they love to write with us about what is allegedly happening on the other side of the country, that no one will check! for good, of course, the emergency mode will help to solve problems promptly, BUT! I think that this will be, as always, the next sawing up of budget funds
    2. Drmadfisher
      Drmadfisher 16 September 2014 10: 37
      +1
      NOVOSIBIRSK, September 1. / ITAR-TASS /. In the Novosibirsk region, internally displaced persons from southeastern Ukraine will receive lump sum payments for operating expenses in the amount of 1 thousand rubles, interim acting governor Vladimir Gorodetsky told reporters on Monday. The region daily allocates 800 rubles for the maintenance of each refugee.
      The budget in the Khabarovsk Territory is far from Moscow
      1. yulka2980
        yulka2980 16 September 2014 11: 20
        +1
        As I agree with you! My child’s garden has all the floors on the veranda (the so-called playground) rotten, you see there is no money from the budget. We didn’t pay for the slides, not the toys, the windows ourselves. So it’s really funny compare Moscow and Khabarovsk!
  10. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 16 September 2014 10: 13
    +2
    Just a year or two ago, the problem was raised that people were fleeing from the Far East and they urgently needed to solve this problem (otherwise the Chinese would solve it) As the saying goes, the trouble began)))) Are the people bringing down the problem .. are there any other problems? Oh Russia mother ...
  11. Belopolyak
    Belopolyak 16 September 2014 10: 13
    0
    This was reported by many media yesterday.
  12. Lenar
    Lenar 16 September 2014 10: 16
    0
    Abandoned houses came to our village to watch. In our countryside, there are no problems with housing and land, but of course there is nowhere to work.
    1. nomad
      nomad 16 September 2014 10: 47
      -1
      This is a very great desire to work no. There is always work - especially in the countryside, but now everyone wants to work for a salary. He arrived at 8-00, worked until 17-00 and went home. I got a salary, went to the store and got some goods. Of course, living like that is good. Hunchback from dawn to dawn is not necessary.
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    1. dima 7
      dima 7 16 September 2014 10: 19
      -4
      they love to write with us about what is allegedly happening on the other side of the country, that no one will check! for good, of course, the emergency mode will help to solve problems promptly, BUT! I think that this will be, as always, the next sawing up of budget funds
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 16 September 2014 12: 37
        +1
        Why no one will check. You won’t believe it, but in Khabarovsk there is also the Internet, here each bear is connected to one or another operator, your Moscow bears in zoos have never dreamed of this.
  14. Dezinto
    Dezinto 16 September 2014 10: 22
    +1
    This must be replicated and poked with a nose Psaki with Obama and Europe
  15. argon
    argon 16 September 2014 10: 24
    +1
    Quote: Bombardier
    1300 people - a state of emergency? Of course, I understand that the Khabarovsk Territory is not Krasnodar, but nevertheless, why is it a state of emergency?

    The introduction of the emergency mode allows the use of financial resources of the relevant articles and funds.
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  17. creak
    creak 16 September 2014 10: 27
    +1
    Quote: dima 7
    annoying these stuffing !!! for some reason no one goes to St. Petersburg and MSC, although there is full of work No.


    According to a recent order of the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Moscow Region. and St. Petersburg declared regions closed for refugees ...
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  18. Veteran of the Red Army
    Veteran of the Red Army 16 September 2014 10: 50
    +1
    The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory had to introduce an emergency mode due to the influx of refugees from the east of Ukraine. In their opinion, this will provide an opportunity to provide the settlers, who are now in the region more than 1300 people, with everything they need.


    Something the Khabarovsk residents are darkening. In the Rostov, Belgorod, Bryansk regions, the situation is much more complicated and at the same time, the administration is coping on its own. Especially in Rostov.
    After the fires and floods, the guys in Khabarovsk seemed to have a taste for asking for help.
    1. yulka2980
      yulka2980 16 September 2014 11: 25
      0
      But we don’t ask anything, we can cope with our own personal problems, but the problem of accommodation and arrangement of refugees is a nationwide task! Khabarovsk residents have never been beggars.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 16 September 2014 12: 38
        0
        Yes, we didn’t, while Ishaev was, we’ll soon go around the world with a sprat.
  19. motostrelec
    motostrelec 16 September 2014 10: 59
    +1
    Quote: HAM
    Soon another echelon with Ukrainian refugees will arrive in the region.


    Well, this is unlikely, since since the beginning of September hundreds of refugees (121 people) have begun to refuse to move from the Rostov region to other regions of Russia! They even had to cancel a number of planned "letters".
    Currently, the flow of refugees rushed in the opposite direction - to Lugansk and Donetsk! And glory to the militias that they grind the shock forces of the Ukrainian junta and deprived it of the opportunity to solve the problem of the South-East in their favor, which ultimately allowed creating the prerequisites for the return of refugees to their homeland !!!
    NEWS must live !!! And the life of the region is determined by the people living in it. There will be people in New Russia - there will be EVERYTHING !!! otherwise why would it be necessary to shed blood if, as a result of endless hostilities, the Donbass would turn into a deserted burned out and completely destroyed wasteland ?!
    So let it be better that refugees continue to return to their HOMELAND, where they are at home and are urgently needed, even if it harms the implementation of the program for the development of our Far East by the forces of "people who were forced to leave the territory of Ukraine"!
  20. motostrelec
    motostrelec 16 September 2014 11: 37
    +1
    Quote: HAM
    It is necessary to help people from DONBASS, and not from Ukraine, what anti-terrorist operation is in Cherassy?


    It is immediately evident that YOU are not familiar with such a terrible phenomenon as "everyday nationalism" !!!
    This can only be understood by experiencing it in one's own skin.
    But I am not surprised that the lion's share of the internally displaced persons left the regions of Ukraine not covered by hostilities. The reason for their exodus from (from) Ukraine is not a war, but just this notorious "everyday nationalism", when everyone around, including former neighbors, colleagues, acquaintances and even friends, demonstrates to you that you are "not a human being" just because you are Russian.
    So there is nothing surprising in the outcome of the Russians, or at least feeling Russian from Ukraine, saturated with Russophobic sentiments and extremely radical towards Russia and everything connected with it!
  21. MuadDib
    MuadDib 16 September 2014 12: 06
    +1
    Today, a rumor passed that the refugees who arrived in Vladivostok decided to return to their homeland - to the Luhansk region. The reason was the conditions and attitude towards them that did not satisfy the refugees. For my part, I will say the following: life in the Far East is really not easy. And Vladivostok is a very expensive city in terms of living. To come here and immediately, so to speak, not everyone is able to integrate. Especially if the requests at the start are high.
    1. vladushqa92
      vladushqa92 16 September 2014 12: 54
      0
      Quote: MuadDib
      Today, a rumor passed that the refugees who arrived in Vladivostok decided to return to their homeland - to the Luhansk region. The reason was the conditions and attitude towards them that did not satisfy the refugees. For my part, I will say the following: life in the Far East is really not easy. And Vladivostok is a very expensive city in terms of living. To come here and immediately, so to speak, not everyone is able to integrate. Especially if the requests at the start are high.

      I don’t understand what they hope, with such an attitude towards the Russians, getting housing, soldering and even providing jobs, they continue to insist that they are not welcome here, they are treated badly. And they themselves did not deserve a different attitude. Those who really need their own country, their own land, they stayed there and fight for it
  22. vladushqa92
    vladushqa92 16 September 2014 12: 52
    -2
    Quote: vladushqa92
    Troops of Ukrainian national refugees proved themselves aggressors and invaded the Khabarovsk Territory

    I understand that you may not agree with my point of view, but I see what is happening in our city and throughout the country. Most Ukrainians simply rest and continue to repeat that they are to blame for everything ... This is Ukrainians
  23. Azovian
    Azovian 16 September 2014 13: 21
    +1
    What is the "state of emergency"? Khabarovsk Krai is experiencing a wild shortage of population. There is a nationwide resettlement program. Including from neighboring countries. Russia is glad to have such immigrants - Slavs, Russians, Ukrainians, Orthodox, Russian-speaking. I know this program has been in operation for at least 5 years. And here there are a lot of ball settlers, and they probably don't get paid for lifting.
  24. provincial
    provincial 16 September 2014 13: 44
    -2
    Soon the Khabarovsk Territory will jump, guess why.
  25. naGua
    naGua 16 September 2014 14: 02
    0
    Generally a strange message. Either something or someone misunderstood, or the Khabarovsk administration has problems with priorities. "Quiet Chinese occupation" is not a problem, but one and a half, even two thousand refugees, immediately started talking about the emergency. Or refugees "can not give a paw"? Unlike the rich and cunning Chinese. Sun Tzu in action.
    If anyone is interested, then
    http://maxpark.com/community/politic/content/2839242
  26. Ryuuk
    Ryuuk 17 September 2014 09: 18
    0
    I read the comments to everyone who writes similar ones.
    Quote: provincial
    Soon the Khabarovsk Territory will jump, guess why.
    comments, I can only advise you to live in the Khabarovsk Territory, and taste all of its charms, which people living outside the Urals (to the torus of Moscow) cannot even imagine. Then I'll look at the comments)))

    They correctly wrote here that the flood and so on, pretty much crippled the regional budget. And that Khabarovsk is not Moscow is also true.

    For one of the most remote regions, which is often remembered in words, but rarely (in fact, fables about spoons with caviar) - an influx of even 1300 refugees is not an easy test.
    After all, they need to be accepted and benefits and employment and housing provided. Yes, and not to the detriment of other pressing problems of the region, including the northern delivery.
    So the emergency input is quite justified. Moreover, as they rightly said here, it allows you to demand everything you need to resolve the situation without delaying the timeline.