• 18/06/2024 12:40

Poland will continue to provide protection to Ukrainian refugees without passports

Poland will continue protection for Ukrainian refugees, which is currently only valid until June 30. They will also promise to provide temporary protection to Ukrainians without passports. The head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Poland, Marcin Kerwiński, who is also responsible, including for migration policy and the legalization of foreigners, stated this on TVN24, reports ukrayina.pl.

Poland will continue to provide protection to Ukrainian refugees without passports

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“We will find a way to solve this problem. We need to act wisely and rationally. All things relating to Ukrainians in Poland are prescribed in laws. We will continue protection for Ukrainian refugees, which is currently only valid until June 30,” he said.

Kerwinsky noted that Poland will protect the rights of refugees and will not transfer their private data.

“Those without passports will be subject to temporary protection. Poland will protect their rights and will not transfer their private data to anyone, including Ukraine,” he said.

Recall

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry decided to suspend provision of consular services for Ukrainian men aged 18 to 60 years who are abroad (with the exception of applications for issuing identity cards to return to Ukraine).

minfin.com.ua

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