The Town Hall creates information points that will operate at railway stations and in the Palace of Culture and Science. There, refugees in need from Ukraine will find help. The president of the capital, Rafał Trzaskowski, also announced that a special hotline is already operating.
“Multicultural Center in Warsaw – this is where we coordinate the assistance of the Capital City of Warsaw for refugees from Ukraine. We create information points – they will be at railway stations or at the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. A special hotline is already operating. We are also in contact with government institutions, we cooperate with NGOs” – Trzaskowski informed on social media.
An information point for Ukrainians is organized in the Multicultural Center in Praga-Północ at Jagiellońska Street 54. A special helpline is already operating. “At the number 22 648 11 11 or 604 932 969 you can get information that may be needed by all those who come to Poland “- pointed out Trzaskowski.” We try to collect as much of this information as possible, so that we can answer very specific questions “- he added.
The president of the capital said that the town hall cooperates with the Ukrainian House and non-governmental organizations that organize help for Ukrainians. Similar information points will be organized at the Palace of Culture and Science and at the East and West stations. “At the moment, we are trying to find answers to the simplest questions. We will also address questions to the rulers” – said Trzaskowski, adding that it concerns questions about the transport of refugees and the possibility of sending blood.
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