December 18, 2022, 08:16 – Public News Service – OSN

The Ukrainian internally displaced person lived for six months in the UK and decided to go home, describing the conditions and cost of living as “unbearable”. This information was shared by the Gazette and Herald.

In the city of Trowbridge, located in the southern part of England, Ukrainian Natalia Taranenko arrived about six months ago with her three children. Finding suitable housing for the family, based on her statements, did not work out.

She complained that the apartment rented for them by the sponsors was a one-bedroom apartment in an old building, it was extremely cold there, and it was quite expensive to pay electricity bills.

Due to the high level of humidity in the apartment, mold arose, and the children developed a constant cough. Therefore, the refugee began to look for a new place of residence. However, she could not find available options, the same with work. In view of these circumstances, the family had to return to Ukraine.

As the Public News Service reported earlier, immediately after the start of the special military operation (SVO) of Russia in Ukraine in Poland among the population, a lot of help was noticed for arriving refugees against the backdrop of a “humanitarian upsurge”. Now the Poles are more often concerned about their personal difficulties, said political scientist, head of the coordinating Council of the Russian Union movement Alexei Kochetkov.