Donetsk, Oct 7 – DAN. DPR is ready to accommodate disabled children from Donbass ousted from a guest house in Odessa by Ukrainian authorities, the Republic's ombudswoman said.
More than 50 children, some of them with musculoskeletal disorders and visual impairments, were ousted from Kuyalnik guest house by Odessa region authorities. They are to be sent to a nursing home in Svyatogorsk which undergoes repairs at the moment. The majority of displaced children come from DPR cities Gorlovka, Debaltsevo, Donetsk, Zugres, Makeyevka, Hartsyzsk and Shakhtyorsk.
"If Kiev fails to provide housing for internally displaced Donbass people with disabilities, especially children, let us do it. The Republic is ready to take comprehensive care of its citizens and to grant their basic rights. I must say that we are capable of accommodating them at specialized nursing institutions," said DPR Commissioner for Human Rights Daria Morozova.
She added that now the disabled are accommodated at a nursing home in Slavyansk.
"I doubt the accommodation conditions in Slavyansk are better. The town was famous for its health resort but now, as far as I know, Ukrainian forces are deployed in the majority of Slavyansk guest houses that have been looted and face water shortage, as well the rest of the town," Morozova said.