Over 1,500 forced migrants will return to Grozny, the capital of Chechnya, by the end of January, Stanislav Ilyasov, chairman of the Chechen government, informed RIA Novosti Monday. According to him, the two hostels have been built in the city, where the migrants returned will be accommodated. Currently, the equipping of the premises built with utilities is underway, Ilyasov noted. The chairman of the Chechen government also reported that as of today two hostels have been opened in Sernovodsk with 1,000 forced migrant accommodated in them.
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