Sweden allocates more than 1 billion euros for housing for Ukrainian refugees

Sweden will allocate $ 1.1 billion for housing and other expenses for Ukrainian refugees.

Source: Sweden Minister for Finance Mikael Damberg

The Swedish government will draft a new law that will oblige municipalities to provide housing for refugees.

Sweden also plans to encourage Ukrainians to go to work, but no increase in social assistance payments is planned.

About 26,000 Ukrainians have found protection in Sweden.

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