Plan for the settlement of young couples in their occupied villages - Who is affected

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The Ministry of Labor is implementing the plan for the installation of young couples in their occupied villages.

The ministry released the plans and details of the plan early Friday afternoon.

For clarification, SigmaLive contacted the Minister of Labor to find out in which villages the plan will be implemented. According to the Minister of Labor, Zeta Aimilianidou, the plan concerns the following persons:

Young couples up to 45 years old who come from the villages of Agia Triada and Rizokarpaso. In order to meet the criteria for joining the plan, these couples must have entered into either a religious or a civil marriage or have entered into a cohabitation agreement, in accordance with the provisions of the Conciliation Policy Agreement. They are to settle and reside permanently as a family in their occupied village most days of the week (upon prior request), provided that they do not receive a Minimum Guaranteed Income or Public Aid.

Young couples up to 45 years old who come from Maronite villages. In order to meet the criteria for joining the plan, these couples must have entered into either a religious or a civil marriage or have entered into a cohabitation agreement, in accordance with the provisions of the Conciliation Policy Agreement. They are to settle and reside permanently as a family in their occupied village most days of the week (upon prior request), provided that they do not receive a Minimum Guaranteed Income or Public Aid.

According to the information about the plan, the beneficiaries will be granted, depending on their needs:

(a) amount up to fifteen thousand euros (€ 15.000) for families with children up to 18 years of age and up to ten thousand euros (€ 10.000) for families without children, as financial assistance for family housing purposes.

The assistance will be provided in two installments: the first installment (50%) will be paid as soon as the families settle in the occupied community and the second (50%) when they complete six months of permanent residence after installation.

The amount of assistance to be provided will be decided according to the planning of each family for the construction or repair / maintenance of a house and provided that the applicants will not receive any other sponsorship or allowance for the same purpose.

(b) an amount of up to two thousand euros (€ 2.000), as a lump sum financial assistance for the purchase of household goods and other necessary items, when they complete six months of permanent residence after their establishment.

(c) in a lump sum or in installments of up to € 3.000 to be paid once the families have settled in the occupied community as financial assistance for the purpose of professional rehabilitation / financial activity of the beneficiaries (creation of a small craft or business), which could be linked to the Plan Providing Special Aid to Trapped Young Farmers and Financial Assistance to Trapped Fishermen and Farmers, which was approved by the Council of Ministers and if it is not active never a family member in the free areas.

In addition, after the families have completed one year of permanent residence after their establishment, they will receive a monthly allowance granted, in accordance with the provisions of the Resettlement Plan in the Occupied Territories, for as long as they meet the requirements of the Plan and are proven to continue permanently and permanently. in their occupied village.

For application forms and information on the provisions and terms of the Plan, those interested can contact the Humanitarian Affairs Service at 56 Kyriakou Matsi Avenue, 3rd floor, 1082 Nicosia or at the telephone number 22400108.

Source: Sigmalive