Bulgaria resettles Ukrainian refugees in “special bases”

Refugees are being moved from hotels to special bases
A photo: Eduard Kornienko © URA.RU

Ukrainian refugees will be evicted from Bulgarian hotels, some of which are located on the seashore, to separate bases. When moving people will be accompanied by the police. This is stated in an article on the official website of the Bulgarian television bTV News.

“Refugees will be accompanied by policemen. They will board separate buses and go to the railway stations, after which they will get to special accommodation bases in separate train cars. The process will last until June 1.

The head of the Bulgarian Agency for Refugees, Mariana Tosheva, noted that at the moment there are bases that are not going to accept Ukrainians. The country’s authorities will impose sanctions on them if their leadership does not change their mind by the end of May.

EU countries have been accepting refugees from Ukraine since the end of February. However, some of them complain about the standard of living in Europe. They were disappointed with the service and queues to the doctors. In addition, citizens of Ukraine who ended up in Germany did not wait for their benefits from the state.

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Ukrainian refugees will be evicted from Bulgarian hotels, some of which are located on the seashore, to separate bases. When moving people will be accompanied by the police. This is stated in an article on the official website of the Bulgarian television bTV News. “Refugees will be accompanied by policemen. They will board separate buses and go to the railway stations, after which they will get to special accommodation bases in separate train cars. The process will last until June 1. The head of the Bulgarian Agency for Refugees, Mariana Tosheva, noted that at the moment there are bases that are not going to accept Ukrainians. The country’s authorities will impose sanctions on them if their leadership does not change their mind by the end of May. EU countries have been accepting refugees from Ukraine since the end of February. However, some of them complain about the standard of living in Europe. They were disappointed with the service and queues to the doctors. In addition, the citizens of Ukraine, who ended up in Germany, did not wait for the payment of benefits from the state.

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