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On March 24, Russia’s Ministry of Regional Development announced that it had created a telephone hotline for Russians in Ukraine to crowd-source complaints about violations of their rights.

Russian speakers in Ukraine can call the hotline to “complain about violations of their linguistic, cultural, religious or other rights,” the ministry said in a statement.

Callers can also obtain information “about the conditions and opportunities for participation in the state program to assist in voluntary resettlement of compatriots living abroad,” reads the statment.

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