PM Petkov: Bulgaria can't continue providing luxury stay to Ukraine refugees
PM Petkov: Bulgaria can't continue providing luxury stay to Ukraine refugees

Sofia, Bulgaria: The Prime Minister of Bulgaria – Kiril Petkov, stated that the European country could not continue to afford and support providing a “luxurious” stay for Ukraine refugees. The Prime Minister made the remark today, May 31, 2022, while speaking with media personnel.

The statement of the Bulgarian Prime Minister came after yesterday; Deputy Prime Minister Kalina Konstantinova made the announcement, citing that the scheme initiated by the Bulgarian government for relocating the Ukrainian refugees to state the accommodation facilities are adding, some of the private hotels have been suspended.

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This statement is provided by the deputy prime minister as many of the Ukraine refugees refused to live in the European country and left the article.

Prime Minister Petkov asserted, “For three months we have given unprecedented support in some of the best hotels in Bulgaria. Now we are entering a reality closer to what is expected for refugees”.

On Saturday morning, at least five buses left the Varna district without a single passenger as more than 200 Ukrainian refugees refused to leave the district.

Meanwhile, a few days ago, the governor of the Varna district – Blagomir Kotsev, informed that nearly 700 Ukrainian nationals had registered themselves for relocation.

On the other hand, various reports state that the larger portion of the Ukrainians who, for the present time, are residing in the European country in hotels in Bourgas on the Black Sea coast had left for Ukraine.

The war-hit country is also facing a hike in the attacks being made by the Russian troops on the health sector.

“WHO has verified seven additional attacks on health care in Ukraine. As of May 30, 263 attacks on health care have been verified in Ukraine. These attacks took place between February 24 and May 19 & caused 75 deaths and 59 injuries. Health care should never be a target”.

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