Posted 22 февраля 2022,, 14:56

Published 22 февраля 2022,, 14:56

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38

Personal experience: refugees from the DPR in Vladivostok were provided with monetary compensation and housing

Personal experience: refugees from the DPR in Vladivostok were provided with monetary compensation and housing

22 февраля 2022, 14:56
Фото: Восток-Медиа
The authorities of Primorye provided housing and large monetary compensations to refugees from Donbass who moved to the region. Stanislav Olizko, a former resident of Donetsk, shared his experience of moving to Vladivostok with journalists.

According to Vostok-Media, 32-year-old Stanislav Olizko and his family moved to the Far East from Donetsk after a shell hit a city tram in front of him, and all the passengers died.

“We drove up - I look, it’s on fire. Everyone died there, everyone who was there... Then I realized that it was time”, - said Stanislav.

Since Stanislav's wife was from Primorye, they decided to go there. The money from the sale of the car was barely enough for the road. Together with Stanislav, about 60 refugees from Donbass moved to Vladivostok. First, they were accommodated in a TAP at Komandorskaya, 11 in the White Swan Hotel.

Stanislav quickly found a job, and soon the Olizko family moved from free rooms for 10-12 people to a separate 12-meter room with a shared kitchen and toilet on the floor in the same hotel. For housing, they paid 8 thousand rubles a month. It was cheaper than looking for accommodation somewhere else.

Due to errors in the preparation of documents for obtaining Russian citizenship, it took Stanislav three years.

In 2014, when the Olizkos moved to Vladivostok, under the resettlement program for compatriots, it was possible to receive "lifting" - 220 thousand rubles each. for an adult and 110 thousand rubles. - for children. By mistake, instead of refugee status, they issued a temporary residence permit (TRP). Because of this, they were given not 220, but only 80 thousand per person.

By the time he got his Russian passport, Stas got a good job and was able to afford his first mortgage - an apartment of 38 square meters on Vesennyaya Street. Then, under the Far Eastern Mortgage preferential program, the family bought a larger apartment. Now Olizko already has three children, and Stas and his wife have applied to get a land plot to build their house.

“Now we are doing well”, - said the former refugee.

Now that the situation in the Donbass has escalated again, Stanislav decided to help his compatriots. He called the FMS on the "hot line" and said that he could give work to two more refugee families.