Germany receives 240,000 new Ukrainian refugees since invasion begin: Reports

Germany, Europe– The nation has received around 240,000 new Ukrainian refugees in its territory since Russia’s full-scale military operation against Ukraine.

As per the information provided by the sources, on Thursday, March 24, the Federal Minister of the Interior had a visit to the Ukrainian refugee arrival centre on the runway of the former Berlin-Tegel airport, highlighting that the people that has escaped the war are mainly female as well as the elderly who need urgent help.

The Federal Minister of the Interior of Germany has made an announcement that the Minister named Nancy Faeser along with the President of the Federal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief (BBK), Armin Schuster, and the President of the German Red Cross (DRK), Gerda Hasselfeldt presented an idea about emergency shelters for 1,000 refugees for whom already is taking care of the mobile care mogul Laboratory has been reported as 5000.

Minister Faeser thanked Technical Relief Agency (THW) aides for their support of individuals that have fled the war-torn nation because of Russia’s full-scale military operation against Ukraine and mentioned that he was very grateful to the BBK and DRK, who were able to support the state of Berlin so quickly and was effortless with the civil defence reserve of the federal government.

Along with this, she further added, “Now we can see that the refugees are cared for in the best possible way, even if the accommodations within the airport buildings are full at times. With the mobile modules of the federal care reserve, it is possible to accommodate and care for people in need very quickly. We have already agreed in the coalition to continue this reserve to expand. A second module is already being procured.”

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