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The State will pay 150 euros per month to families who host Ukrainian refugees


The Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne had announced without further details during the return to parliament the establishment of such a device.

The state will pay financial aid of 150 euros per month to French families who host Ukrainian refugees, announced Wednesday in a press release the Minister Delegate for Cities and Housing, Olivier Klein.

This “

financial support

”, which according to the government should concern “

5,000 to 12,000 families

”, “

will cover the period from April 1 to December 31, 2022

” and will be paid “

subject to having hosted such beneficiaries for at least 90 days.

“, According to the press release.

Read alsoBorne announces financial aid “from the end of November” for the French who host Ukrainian refugees

This is unprecedented financial aid for the reception and civic accommodation of exiled people, requested for a long time - especially since the Syrian migration crisis of 2015 - by associations helping displaced people.


This exceptional financial measure makes it possible to support the outpouring of spontaneous generosity that was observed when the war broke out in Ukraine, a major link in the management of the crisis and the reception of displaced persons

" from Ukraine, said underlined Olivier Klein.

Despite an economic situation marked by the energy crisis, the French have shown immense solidarity

,” he adds in the press release, published after a meeting on Wednesday with the associations and institutional actors who support this citizen accommodation.

Read also100,000 Ukrainian refugees in France after more than 5 months of war

The Prime Minister, Élisabeth Borne, announced Monday before the National Assembly the establishment of financial aid "

from the end of November

", considering that it was necessary to "


" the French "

who are engaged

" in this welcome.

The Ministry of Towns and Housing specifies that the financial aid concerns people who welcome any beneficiary of the “

temporary protection

” granted by the European Union to people fleeing the war in Ukraine, “regardless of their nationality.

“Households having agreed with the State and an association will be eligible for this support.

The other households will have to receive a certification from the community of attachment of the housing where the people are welcomed, in order to then be able to request this support”, further specified the ministry.

Source: lefigaro

All business articles on 2022-10-05

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