'Israel' to stop payments to Ukrainians fleeing war: Israeli media
According to Israeli media, the Israeli occupation does not intend to renew an order that grants Ukrainians fleeing war monthly payments.
The Israeli occupation authorities will stop paying special monthly grants to those fleeing the war in Ukraine, Israeli media reported on Friday.
According to Haaretz, the payment of grants to those Ukrainians will be suspended in February after the temporary order introducing the benefits expires, as the Israeli occupation's so-called Integration Ministry does not intend to renew the order.
The Israeli newspaper also reported that some Ukrainians fleeing the war failed to receive grants for December due to the lack of approved funding for this purpose, highlighting that the shortfall in payments amounted to almost $6 million.
The Israeli occupation Integration Ministry claimed that it was working on obtaining funds to pay out the December grants.
Haaretz indicated that as many as 23,490 Ukrainians had received at least one monthly special grant since the start of the war in Ukraine in February.
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