More than a million Ukrainian refugees have made a temporary home in neighboring Poland since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24.
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Ukraine is not only facing war, but another big crisis is going to arise in front of it. meanwhile poland Has given Ukraine a deadline of 28 February. Actually, Poland will not give free food to the people of Ukraine from March 1. After this, every Ukrainian citizen will have to pay about nine dollars. Soon this law is going to be passed in the Parliament of Poland. It is being told that 48 lakh people of Ukraine have taken refuge in Poland and other European countries.
According to the information, the people who have taken refuge in Ukraine do not have any work or employment. Have left home and gone. Now the crisis in front of them is that how they will pay so much money. If there are three or four people in a family, then forty dollars will have to be spent daily for food.
Ukrainian refugees are having trouble finding flats in Poland
More than a million Ukrainian refugees have made a temporary home in neighboring Poland since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. Poland opened the doors of its homes and government aid to refugees on humanitarian grounds, but now there is a shortage of resources for refugees. He is having trouble finding a flat. Along with this, there is a lack of budget for everyday life, due to which the crisis has arisen.
The government issued a statement saying that Ukrainians who have arrived in Poland will pay some money for accommodation and food. Ukrainian citizens staying in state-funded hotel rooms or school hostels for more than 120 days will pay 40 zlotys ($8.87) per day per person, while after 180 days it will be 60 zlotys. However, those who are not sensitized are kept out of this scheme, such as pregnant women.
President Zelensky expressed gratitude to Poland
More recently, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked the Polish authorities and the Polish people for supporting Kyiv amid the Russian invasion. Zelensky said in a video with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, “I am very grateful to the Prime Minister. You helped us, Poland supports us and today you are in Kyiv.”
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