By May 31, refugees from Ukraine must be relocated from hotels to state and municipal bases, Ukrainian refugees are leaving hotels in Bulgaria.
According to bourgas.ru, by May 31, refugees from Ukraine must be relocated from hotels to state and municipal bases, Ukrainian refugees are leaving hotels in Bulgaria. This became known at a briefing by the Operational Coordination Group in the government.
By the end of this week, a digital platform will be launched that will collect data on how many Ukrainian refugees in Bulgaria want to stay in our country after May 31.
Groups of interviewers will tour the hotels. After that, the movement of wagons of refugees will begin. This is the latest information from the coordinating headquarters. Earlier in the day, hotel owners, as well as many refugees on the Black Sea coast, asked for clarification on what would happen after the end of the month.
In Sunny Beach we meet the family of Dmitry Grabchev from Nikolaev. He does not know how their life will turn out with their 20-year-old disabled son. “I have multiple medical degrees, one for a massage therapist, I could work locally as a massage therapist. If the program ends on May 31, we will have to return to Ukraine,” he said.
— And where to return? We have nowhere to go! We don’t even know if we can move somewhere with him,” his wife said.
Thousands of Ukrainians have joined the Viber group to ask for help.
“Every day I receive letters from pensioners, people with disabilities, people who cannot take care of themselves and are very afraid because at 31 they will be left on the street. We don’t know what awaits us, we call the hotline every day,” commented Lilia from Kharkiv.
Lack of information and predictability breed chaos, say Sunny Beach hoteliers.
“We don’t know whether May 31 will come and we will take them out on June 1, whether there will be a bus to pick them up,” said Radostin Dachev.
“We make terrible combinations – two mothers with four children in the same room, one for work before noon, the other in the afternoon so that she can look after other children. We need workers, but how to feed a child, a grandmother and everyone,” asks the hotelier Venelin Tashev.
Today it is known that the elderly and the sick will be relocated first, followed by mothers with small children.
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