Ukraine refugees given right to live in EU for three years in new plan

The proposal, expected to be approved, is based on a law drawn up in the aftermath of the Balkan warsRussia-Ukraine crisis: live newsUkrainian refugees will have the right to live and work in the European Union for up to three years, under an emergency plan detailed on Wednesday in response to what is becoming Europe’s biggest refugee crisis this century.Nearly 836,000 people have fled Ukraine since Russia launched its brutal attack less than a week ago, according to the UN refugee agency, which has warned that 4 million could leave the country in the coming weeks and months. Continue reading…

The proposal, expected to be approved, is based on a law drawn up in the aftermath of the Balkan wars

Ukrainian refugees will have the right to live and work in the European Union for up to three years, under an emergency plan detailed on Wednesday in response to what is becoming Europe’s biggest refugee crisis this century.

Nearly 836,000 people have fled Ukraine since Russia launched its brutal attack less than a week ago, according to the UN refugee agency, which has warned that 4 million could leave the country in the coming weeks and months.

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