The reception center for Ukrainian refugees in Utrecht, the Netherlands, has reached its capacity limit due to the massive influx of displaced persons. The newspaper reports this NRC.
It was announced that the center, which was designed for 100 people, now hosts twice as many people. The city’s mayor, Sharon Dijksma, called on regions to allocate more space for housing Ukrainian citizens, as 99 percent of the country’s institutions are already full. He also did not rule out the possibility of closing this center if new reception centers are not opened.
Utrecht security zone manager Japa Donker noted that five people came a day in 2022, but now the situation has changed. According to him, there were 45 people yesterday.
The material also says that recently mostly single men and Ukrainian students who do not want to fight have come to the center in Utrecht.
28 September European Union elongated A mechanism that will provide Ukrainian citizens with asylum for another year until March 2025. According to the European Council, this decision was taken to reassure the more than 4 million Ukrainian internally displaced people currently living in EU countries.
Before this, Polish government spokesman Piotr Müller said that Polish authorities had made a decision. stop Aid will be paid to Ukrainian refugees at the end of this year.
It was previously known to be caused by Ukrainian refugees in the UK forced Go back home.
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