Residential town for Ukrainian refugees opened in Denmark
The Copenhagen government is working on the issue additional provision of temporary housing for Ukrainians.
A residential town for temporary accommodation of migrants from Ukraine was solemnly opened in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. The event was attended by Ukrainian Ambassador to Denmark Mykhailo Vydoynik. This was announced by the Embassy of Ukraine in Denmark on its Facebook page.
Currently, local authorities are working on the issue of additional provision of temporary housing for more than one thousand Ukrainian migrants.
“Mikhail Vydoynik thanked the leadership of Copenhagen for the efforts that local authorities are making to help Ukrainians and, speaking about the importance of providing them with temporary housing, stressed that Ukrainians are welcome here, since Copenhagen is a city known for its openness and tolerance,” the press service of the embassy says.
The Ambassador also discussed with the Lord Mayor the prospects for concluding an Agreement on sister city relations between Kyiv and Copenhagen.
In addition, Job Bazar was held as part of the grand opening of the town. Here, Ukrainians got the opportunity to get the necessary information about employment and job search in Copenhagen.
Recall that the results of recent polls show that during the war, every fourth Ukrainian changed his place of residence.
In the Estonian Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that the Russians took thousands of Ukrainians away from the Estonian border in an unknown direction.
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