Poland and Britain will build 2 accommodation villages for displaced Ukrainians

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Britain announced on March 28, 2023, a joint project with Poland on sheltering internally displaced Ukrainians.

Source: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Britain

Accommodation villages are planned to be built in the Lviv (west of Ukraine) and Poltava (east of Ukraine) regions. Britain has promised to allocate £10 million to fund shelters.

“The project has supported the development of two accommodation villages, in Lviv, in the west, and in Poltava, in the east, of Ukraine, and will support Ukrainians who have fled the fighting or lost their homes due to Russian shelling. Over 700 displaced Ukrainians stand to benefit,” reported the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Britain.

In addition, the UK-Polish partnership will allocate e £2.6 million worth of generators to power the critical infrastructure of Ukraine and support approximately 450,000 citizens in liberated regions of Ukraine.

“This is one of our many humanitarian responses to Russia’s attacks on civilian infrastructure, mounting evidence of which appears more and more clearly to constitute war crimes and therefore a clear violation of international humanitarian law, as well as being contrary to civilised norms and resolutions adopted by the United Nations General Assembly,” concluded the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Britain.

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