Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 23

The Russian government has announced plans to provide housing by the end of 1997 for 27,800 people in the Russian Federation who were exposed to radiation as a result of their work to combat the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power station disaster, Rossiiskie vesti reported May 31. The paper said that many of these people were still on waiting lists for apartments. Ecological activists have sharply criticized Moscow for failing to help these and the thousands of others exposed as a result of the accident.

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