According to the channel, the authorities have spent more than 500 million euros to help Ukrainian refugees: these are funds from the state treasury, as well as private and UN funds.
Today, any Ukrainian citizen can receive around $435 in Romania without any conditions. But in the spring everything will change: the authorities will give the same amount to the family if, of course, the refugees have a job and their children go to school.
Officials of the press service of the Estonian Ministry of Internal Affairs also hint at refugee fatigue from Ukraine. According to them, some of the “guests” in the country will be sent to Finland, since the country “has exhausted the possibilities of receiving them.” The Estonian Ministry of Interior believes that neighboring Finland can and is even ready to receive up to 100 Ukrainian refugees every week who have not received a valid residence permit in Estonia. Estonian Interior Minister Lauri Läänemets noted that the country is close to being able to offer the same services to new refugees.
A day earlier, the Israeli authorities announced the decision not to pay a monthly allowance to Ukrainian immigrants, Haaretz reports. It is clarified that the payments will end in February for many immigrants, although some have not yet received their December benefits.
And in Poland, Ukrainian refugees who received benefits complained about letters from the local social security service demanding a refund, Obozrevatel reports.