As of the government decree, another 285 IDP families were provided with housing countrywide. The information is disseminated by the Ministry of Health.
According to the agency, IDP families lived in state-owned buildings for years, so they lacked a sense of stability. The legalization process allows IDPs to dispose of the transferred housing at their will.
According to the Ministry of Health, legalization of housing for IDPs is one of the priority directions. This year, legally owned housing will be handed over under the ownership to more than 1,000 IDP families.
Under the various programs, a total of more than 2,000 IDP families are provided with housing.
Since 2013, 22,655 IDP families have been provided with housing countrywide under various programs.
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