Ukrainian refugees in Belgium faced the problem of affordable housing. Many have to spend the night at the Brussels South railway station and homeless shelters.

“For 40 out of 100 daily registered Ukrainian refugees (as refugees in Belgium – ed.) there is no housing,” Belgian television channel VRT reported. The organization SamuSocial, which deals with refugees and the homeless, notes that they cannot always help with housing, so entire refugee families are placed in night shelters.

Secretary Nicole de Moore, who is responsible for providing asylum, accuses the authorities of the Belgian regions of not providing housing for Ukrainian refugees.

Earlier it was reported that in Switzerland, refugees are more they can’t choose where they live. About what difficulties befall Ukrainians abroad, read the article.