Over 66,000 displaced Ukrainians have registered in Kyiv, with 15,000 of them coming from Mariupol

7 June, 07:09 PM
Refugees fleeing the Russian invasion (Photo:REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach)

Refugees fleeing the Russian invasion (Photo:REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach)

Most of the people moving to Ukraine’s capital come from the Donetsk, Luhansk, and Kyiv oblasts, with the majority settling down in Kyiv’s Svyatoshyn, Desnyanskyi, and Darnytskyi districts, Kyiv’s municipal administration said in a statement on June 7.

The deputy head of the municipal administration, Mykola Povoroznyk, said that internally displaced people can receive psychological care and legal aid via Kyiv’s VcentriHub community centers.

Povoroznyk noted that there is also the humanitarian center YaMariupol in Kyiv, offering a wide range of assistance to those who had to flee from Mariupol: sorting out IDs, providing psychological and legal aid, and searching for employment opportunities. The center also has childcare facilities, where parents can get baby food and other related supplies.

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