The woman arrived in the southern English town of Trowbridge with three children, while for six months the family could not find suitable housing for them, reports RIA Novosti.
“Our sponsors rented us a one-bedroom apartment,” said a Ukrainian woman. She complained that the building was old, with broken windows and doors, making the apartment very cold. At the same time, the utility bill electricity was very low 300 GBP (about 24 thousand rubles).
The search for a new home did not lead to anything, and the refugee did not manage to get a job. As a result, the family was forced to return to their homeland.
At the same time, the Ukrainian woman expressed the hope that she could return to the UK and find a landlord “with a good heart, who will treat our situation with understanding.”
Meanwhile, the flow of Ukrainian refugees to Europe has led to a decline in aid to needy countries in Asia and Africa. Foreign Policy writes about it. According to the author of the article, Ukrainians received aid at the expense of millions of people around the world who depend on Western countries for food, health care and education. It is emphasized that more than 300 million people who need help have faded into the background due to Ukrainian refugees.