Refugees from Ukraine who have moved to the EU and then decide to re-enter their home country will be able to return to the EU at any time during the war.
This was stated by European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ilva Johansson during a visit to Kiev. “We will always be ready with an open heart to welcome Ukrainians in need,” EU commissioner dw.com quoted the EU commissioner as saying.
Citizens of Ukraine are allowed to move freely within the European community and to work there. They also have the right to medical care and housing, and children have the right to education.
As the dpa agency specified, Ukrainians travelling to Ukraine on a permanent basis must give up their temporary protection status. At the same time, if they return, they will be able to register at any time to renew it.