Denmark equalizes the rights of Ukrainian refugees with residents of EU countries

The Danish Parliament has approved a bill, according to which refugees from Ukraine are guaranteed equal rights with citizens of EU countries. Information about this appeared on the air Danmarks Radio on Wednesday, March 16th.

After the entry into force of the new law, refugees will be able to obtain a residence permit for a period of two years in a simplified manner. Citizens of Ukraine will have access to education, health care and employment in Denmark, and they will also receive state social support.

It is reported that as of March 16, about 3 thousand Ukrainians are waiting to apply for a residence permit in Denmark.

A day earlier, the Japanese government guaranteed long-term visas to refugees from Ukraine.