Duma Approval of the Accession of the 4 Regions Annexed from Ukraine to Russia

Duma Approval of the Accession of the 4 Regions Annexed from Ukraine to Russia

After Russian President Putin, the Lower House of the Russian Parliament, Duma, approved the accession of 4 regions annexed from Ukraine to Russia.

After the so-called referendums for the participation of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhia and Kherson regions in the Donbass Region, which Russia occupied after the war against Ukraine, these regions joined the Russian territories, after the Russian President Vladimir Putin, the lower part of the Russian parliament Its wing was also approved by the Duma.

The decree, signed by Russian President Putin, was presented by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to deputies in the lower house of the Russian parliament, the Duma, while Russian lawmakers unanimously approved the decree.

4 Regions will pass to Russia by January 1, 2026

According to the decision approved in the Duma, the transition process of the 4 regions annexed from Ukraine to the Russian Federation is expected to be completed by January 1, 2026. At the same time, according to the draft approved by the deputies, all rights, the rights of residents such as employment, education, social, health and retirement will be guaranteed by the Russian Federation.

In addition, according to the decision taken, those residing in the new territory of Russia, residing in these territories before and immigrating to Russia will be able to become citizens of the Russian Federation, provided that they apply and take an oath.

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