On Tuesday, 183 refugees from Chechnya have left their tent encampment Accord in Ingushetia and, accompanied by a representative of the Chechen government, returned to the temporary accommodation center in Argun. Mom-asha Makuev, first deputy chairman of the refugee committee at the Chechen government, said that the refugees will be accommodated in a Argun kindergarten. He said that everything necessary for life support -- gas, water and electricity -- is available there. Makuev said that refugees will be provided with food. Upkeep expenses will be coming from the federal budget. The refugees will also be able to use services of the nearby hospital and their children will attend two Argun schools. In the next few days, another 300 people will return to Argun.
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