Over 1,500 Ukrainian citizens accommodated in Russia's Rostov region in past 24 hours

In the past 24 hours over 11,500 Ukrainian citizens entered Russia's Rostov region and over 1,500 people, a third of whom are children, have been accommodated in the region, the press office of the Rostov region governmental department for information policy told Interfax.

In the past 24 hours over 11,500 Ukrainian citizens entered Russia's Rostov region and over 1,500 people, a third of whom are children, have been accommodated in the region, the press office of the Rostov region governmental department for information policy told Interfax.

"According to the information as of Tuesday, 6,883 people, including 2,653 children, were placed in 47 municipal districts of the Rostov region. A total of 3,950 people are with families, relations and friends in the region, 1,269 individuals are in temporary accommodation facilities and 1,664 people are in health facilities of the region, including 768 children," the press office said.

Humanitarian aid and funds are being collected by the Good Deed charity fund for helping Ukrainian children.

As of Tuesday, over 11 million rubles were collected. Over 900 legal entities and private citizens donated money to the fund assisting refugees.

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