That’s according to the Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, Ukrinform reports.
Those who have not previously received payments from international organizations and whose monthly income is below UAH 5,400 can count on monetary assistance. The priority is given to the most vulnerable population strata, the ministry notes.
To submit an application, citizens need to contact a data collection point or a mobile group deployed in the region. It is necessary to produce an ID, a taxpayer code, a children’s birth certificate, a bank card number, and documents confirming their vulnerability.
All family members must report for registration, the ministry emphasizes, except those with reduced mobility conditions.
As Ukrinform reported earlier, 700 humanitarian organizations operate in Ukraine, including international agencies, as well as local non-profits and charitable foundations, which since February 24, 2022, have provided humanitarian aid to 13.6 million Ukrainians.