In Ukraine, where the rules for internally displaced persons applying for government assistance were changed this fall, certain categories of IDPs will be deprived of living expenses.
As progroshi.news writes, money will not be transferred to the card of those whose income allows them to live without government assistance.
These are people who:
purchased an apartment, house or plot worth more than 100 thousand UAH (except for housing received at the expense of the state or local budget);
purchased a new vehicle, less than 5 years have passed since its production year (except for cars that were purchased by volunteers and donated to the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine);
have their own housing with an area of more than 13.65 square meters. m per family member in territories where there are no active (possible) hostilities or are not occupied;
purchased foreign currency for a total amount of more than 100 thousand UAH (except for currency received from charitable organizations or purchased to pay for medical, social, educational services), as well as banking metals;
have funds in a deposit bank account totaling more than 100 thousand UAH.
The following will also remain without payments:
those who stay abroad for more than 30 calendar days without justified and documented reasons. People who are on a business trip, undergoing treatment or rehabilitation, internship, or recovery will be able to receive money abroad (these facts must be documented);
people in prison or convicted of collaboration;
displaced people who returned to an abandoned place of residence.
Let us remind you that IDPs can receive monthly assistance in the amount of: 3,000 hryvnia for children under 18 years of age and persons with disabilities and 2,000 hryvnia for one adult.
Previously, the Ministry of Reintegration explained that those displaced persons who have switched to full state support also have the right to receive a residence allowance.
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