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Ukrainians affected by Russian aggression could receive 5,000-30,000 euros in compensation from the ECHR

2022-06-23T12:25:25+02:00

Ukrainians affected by Russian aggression can receive compensation from 5,000 to 30,000 euros You must apply to the European Court of Human Rights within four months of the date you suffered Russian aggression, but no later than 16 January 2023. How do I apply? Fill in the form at the following link: https://espl.com.ua Download the document on your computer, print it out, put it in an envelope and label it

Ukrainians affected by Russian aggression could receive 5,000-30,000 euros in compensation from the ECHR2022-06-23T12:25:25+02:00

UNDP supports the launch of the Virtual Centre for Assistance to Ukrainian Refugees

2022-06-22T11:12:09+02:00

The project is supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). In its first ten days of operation, the Centre conducted more than 1,200 consultations. Funding for the project was provided by Sweden. UNDP supports the launch of the Virtual Centre for Assistance to Ukrainian Refugees UNHCR / K. Melzer Pictured: Refugees from Ukraine enter Poland through the Medyka border crossing. How to obtain temporary asylum in EU

UNDP supports the launch of the Virtual Centre for Assistance to Ukrainian Refugees2022-06-22T11:12:09+02:00

If Russia takes Odessa, then it will connect the territory with Transdniestria

2022-06-22T08:25:47+02:00

Former Moldovan Prime Minister Chiril Gaburici believes the republic should invest in education rather than weapons. If Russia takes Odessa, then it will connect the territory with Transdniestria Фото заседания совбеза Беларуси с картой военных действий в Украине, на которой одна из стрелок ведет от Одессы к Приднестровью. 1 марта 2022 Former Moldovan Prime Minister Chiril Gaburici believes that the republic should invest in education rather than weapons.

If Russia takes Odessa, then it will connect the territory with Transdniestria2022-06-22T08:25:47+02:00

Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees find themselves homeless in the UK

2022-06-20T13:32:29+02:00

Hundreds of Ukrainian families left homeless in England after arriving on visas providing them with accommodation This was reported by the British newspaper Guardian, citing official data. According to the newspaper, at least 480 Ukrainian families with children and 180 single adults from Ukraine have applied for housing assistance since the end of February. It is noted that problems with housing arise both in the case of the Homes for

Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees find themselves homeless in the UK2022-06-20T13:32:29+02:00

Ukrainians trying to leave Russian military-occupied towns cannot do so without going through a terrible process called filtering

2022-06-20T13:09:33+02:00

Beatings and electrocution: the horrors of Russian "filtering" of Ukrainians People's phones are confiscated and their social media accounts are examined. Anything that seems suspicious may result in beatings or even electrocution, civilians say. Many are forcibly sent to Russia. Andrei watched anxiously as Russian soldiers attached his phone to his computer - seemingly to recover deleted files. Andrei, a 28-year-old marketer, tried to leave Mariupol in early May. He

Ukrainians trying to leave Russian military-occupied towns cannot do so without going through a terrible process called filtering2022-06-20T13:09:33+02:00

3.4 million refugees from Ukraine granted temporary protection status in Europe, led by Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic – UN

2022-06-19T15:33:06+02:00

The number of refugees from Ukraine who registered for temporary protection or similar national protection schemes in European Union countries stood at 3.207 million, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on its website.   © Богдан Андриив/Facebook Poland has the largest number of refugees with the status of temporary protection - 1 million 169.5 thousand, while according to the Polish Border Guard Service, 4.166 million

3.4 million refugees from Ukraine granted temporary protection status in Europe, led by Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic – UN2022-06-19T15:33:06+02:00

Germany through the eyes of Ukrainian refugees

2022-06-17T18:23:53+02:00

Every day our compatriots are surprised by the rules of the new life. What positives and negatives do Ukrainians note in Germany? Germany has taken in more than 700,000 refugees so far. Since the end of February, we Ukrainians with a long "German background", like most people not indifferent to grief, have had to volunteer and help our compatriots in Germany more than once. During those three months we saw

Germany through the eyes of Ukrainian refugees2022-06-17T18:23:53+02:00

Mikhail Shishkin. It hurts to be Russian these days

2022-06-17T15:57:04+02:00

"It hurts to be Russian these days," says writer Mikhail Shishkin. He was recently awarded the Strega Europeo literary prize in Italy. And before that, at the SlovoNovo forum for free culture in Israel, he shared his experiences as a writer during fascism. Premio Strega The Strega Europeo Literary Prize was established in 2014 on the occasion of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union "to support

Mikhail Shishkin. It hurts to be Russian these days2022-06-17T15:57:04+02:00

Europe Anti-war stance in Russia leads to denunciations and arrests

2022-06-16T15:35:17+02:00

In Russia, critics of the war in Ukraine are increasingly being reported to the police.   Anti-war protesters in Saint Petersburg faced a brutal police crackdown during demonstrations in March   DW spoke with Russians who have been betrayed by their own relatives, friends, colleagues and neighbors. In the wake of Russia's February 24 invasion of neighboring Ukraine, some citizens have taken a stance against what they call an unjust

Europe Anti-war stance in Russia leads to denunciations and arrests2022-06-16T15:35:17+02:00
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