Bulgaria indefinitely extended the program of accommodation of Ukrainian refugees
Bulgaria is one of three countries where the accommodation program for Ukrainians is not limited by time. The other two are Ireland and Cyprus.
Bulgaria extended the accommodation program for Ukrainians fleeing the war for an indefinite period. This is reported by The Sofia Globe.
According to the interim Minister of Internal Affairs of Bulgaria Ivan Demerdzhiev, Ukrainians will no longer be accommodated in hotels, but in state institutions. All Ukrainian refugees living in hotels will be resettled within two weeks of November.
“We will not leave anyone on the street, those in need of protection will be placed in state institutions and their support will continue,” Demerdzhiev stressed.< /p>
The publication notes that Bulgaria is one of three countries in which the accommodation program for Ukrainians is not limited by time. The other two are Ireland and Cyprus.
According to official figures, 852,998 Ukrainians have entered Bulgaria since February 24. Temporary protection received 143,670 people.
Earlier it was reported that Bulgaria has become one of the largest indirect suppliers of weapons to Ukraine.
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