In Britain, the number of refugees arriving from Ukraine for visa programs has grown by more than 10,000 a day.
So, for the tribute to the British order, the second camp, on May 10, about 37,400 cases for Ukrainian visa schemes arrived in Britain. Price plus, minus 27,100 until Monday, April 25. The rest of the arrivals include 19,500 Ukrainians who came for the “Homes for Ukraine” sponsorship program, three-quarters more than last year. And through the family scheme, 17,900 cases arrived, while relatives received 16,000.
Previously, the “Homes for Ukraine” program was criticized because refugees need to spend more than an hour to travel to Britain. The rest of the figures show how many people, who have made the trip and come to grow, and more – about 6 out of 10 – have not yet arrived. Also, if they can’t go to Britain, not all family members left and they’re allowed to withdraw their visas.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson acknowledged that Britain could do better by helping Ukrainian refugees, telling ITV Good Morning Britain that Ukrainians were arriving “in large numbers”.
Faced with this, Alex Fraser, the director of refugee support and family ties at the British Red Cross, went so far as to say that the stench could reach Britain without “shvidko”.
“Everything has gone too far, everything has to go too far. The process for families is left at an advanced stage, and as a result, the stench often feels great financial and emotional strain,” means guilt.
Varto noted that Ukrainians need a visa to travel to Britain. At the same time, special procedures for the simplified registration of visas have been arranged for the timely movement of citizens of Ukraine with the right to live, practice and receive access to state services.
Suppose, on the 24th day of the fierce Russia attacked Ukraine, having led a series of air and missile attacks on our places, on the ground and in kyiv. A large-scale invasion is three as early as the 80th day (8-year war). The occupiers continue to destroy Ukrainian towns, villages and places with rocket-propelled missiles and aerial bombs, dragging down the civilian population and ruining poor infrastructure.
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