On Friday, the federal government of Belgium has launched a website with information on the situation in Ukraine, with the goal of centralizing all information about the conflict, including its potential impact on the nation.
The website is available in the languages, including English, French, Dutch and German. It consists of the details provided for the Belgians in Ukraine and Russia and for the individuals of Ukraine from Belgium and displaced individuals and towns or residents interested in hosting refugees. Over 10,000 temporary shelters have been offered so far.
Along with this, the residents of Ukraine who have escaped in the war in the nation will discover the details when they reach Belgium, the imperative steps they must take that how the reception of the is organized, and other relevant information.
The Crisis Center Belgium has shared the information on Twitter. It has been mentioned, “The Federal Government is today launching a website and info number to centralize all information about the situation in Ukraine and its impact on our country.”
De Federale overheid lanceert vandaag een website en infonummer om alle info over de situatie in Oekraïne en de impact op ons land te centraliseren. #ukraine #oekraïne
🔹 02/488 88 88
🔹 meer info: https://t.co/5Rr1GKl4sO pic.twitter.com/Tm0NAHjE6W
— CrisisCenter Belgium (@CrisiscenterBE) March 4, 2022
It also has a newsroom, where the Belgian Centre for Cybersecurity has previously published articles about the cyber threat and how to create cyber resistance. An information line has also been established at 02/488 88 88, which may be reached between 9:00 a.m. and 17:00 p.m. on a daily basis.
On the other hand, the majority of the authorities are working together to bundle this data. The content will be further supplemented in the coming days as well as weeks as the conflict continues.