Ukrainians who have returned home, to their permanent place of residence, lose the right to receive payments for displaced persons.

This was reported by the Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine, Oksana Zholnovych, in an interview with Suspilno.

She noted that there are government programs for people who returned home and remained without work. 

"If a person has returned, he was internally displaced and does not have a job... we have programs: low-income, many children, the same subsidy. We can help simply by solving a specific problem that arises for a person at the place of permanent residence." Zholnovich said.

The minister explained that citizens who are registered as IDPs will receive a message after returning home asking them to appear at the Social Security Administration and confirm their stay.

If the person does not appear within 10 days, payments will be stopped.

If the absence was due to a valid reason, it will be necessary to write a statement, provide relevant documents and payments will be resumed.

It will be recalled that more than 14.5 million Ukrainians have left abroad since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia.

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