Moldova extends temporary protection for Ukrainians until 2025
Moldova has extended temporary protection for displaced Ukrainians until March 1, 2025, and the protection will be automatically extended, as well as the validity of the recipient's identity document.
Tkach's detention in Poland: law enforcement confirms "measures due to the need to identify him"
Lublin police conducted "identification activities" near the Polish-Belarusian border after reports of the detention of Ukrainian journalist Mykhailo Tkach and a cameraman in the area.
Rape of a Ukrainian woman in Warsaw: what is known
A Ukrainian woman was raped in Warsaw by a man who attacked her with a knife, strangled her, tore off her clothes, and raped her on the stairs in front of her house, leaving her there in serious condition.
Ukrzaliznytsia will allow those who missed their flight due to protests in Poland to change trains
Ukrzaliznytsia will allow passengers who missed trains due to farmers' protests blocking roads in Poland to change trains if they have tickets.
Japan simplifies visa requirements for some Ukrainians: who are they
Tokyo expects that the easing of visa requirements will improve conditions for businessmen and relatives of evacuees from Ukraine living in Japan.
Poland predicts up to 2% GDP growth thanks to Ukrainian emigrants
According to the Polish deputy minister, Ukrainian emigrants will contribute to Poland's GDP growth by 1. 2-2 percentage points over the next 5 years.
The story of a Ukrainian in Thailand: the Foreign Ministry denies that diplomats left him to his fate
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine denied that diplomats had abandoned the Ukrainian citizen detained in Thailand, saying that the embassy had been assisting him since his detention for overstaying his visa and was now organizing his return to Ukraine.
International delivery of driver's licenses became available in five more countries
From now on, Ukrainians can receive their driving licenses with international delivery to five more European countries: Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Belgium and Switzerland.
Lithuanian authorities want to extend language learning period for Ukrainians by a year
The Lithuanian Education Ministry has proposed to increase the period of learning Lithuanian language by Ukrainians who fled to Lithuania during the war from two to three years.
Poland extends legal stay of Ukrainian refugees until June 2024
Polish Sejm extends legal stay for Ukrainian refugees until June 2024.
"Sounds of Ukraine": an immersive concert to be held in Japan on the second anniversary of russia's full-scale invasion
The concert "The Sound of Ukraine" will be held on February 23 at the Embassy of Canada in Japan to mark the second anniversary of russia's invasion of Ukraine with the participation of Ukrainian composer Timur Polyansky and violinist Chie Sawada.
93% of Japanese residents have a negative attitude towards Russia - Ukrainian Ambassador
The Japanese have a negative view of Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine: according to a recent government poll, 93% of respondents have a negative view of Russia.
Ambassador: There are about 2 thousand Ukrainian refugees in Japan
About 2,000 Ukrainian refugees are currently in Japan, fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The employment program for Ukrainians in Germany has been unsuccessful so far: only 170,000 out of 840,000 refugees are working
The employment program for refugees from Ukraine in Germany has so far proved to be unsuccessful: only 170,000 out of 840,000 refugees were employed three months after its introduction.
Grades obtained by Ukrainian children in schools abroad will be recognized in Ukraine
All grades obtained abroad are re-calculated upon returning to Ukraine. To do this, it is enough to provide an extract of grades obtained abroad and a certificate of the grading system in the child's country of residence.
The Netherlands proposes to return Ukrainian refugees to safe regions
The Netherlands proposes to return some Ukrainian refugees to the relatively safe western regions of Ukraine. The proposal was made by members of the Farmer-Citizen Movement party during the debate on the government's refugee budget. Other parties criticized the proposal, noting that rocket attacks are also taking place in western Ukraine.
In 2023, every 10th enterprise in Poland was founded by Ukrainians - study
In total, in 2022-2023, Ukrainians registered 48,464 individual entrepreneurs in Poland. This means that Ukrainian companies already account for more than 10% of the businesses established during this period.
Ireland has paid over 750 million euros in social assistance to Ukrainian refugees
Since the start of the full-scale invasion, Ireland has spent more than €750 million on social benefits for more than 110,000 Ukrainian refugees. Most of the funds have been used to help refugees find jobs and pensions for those over the age of 66.
Paris may ban key boxes for Airbnb tenants
Paris may ban key boxes in public places to combat short-term rentals.
Poland extends temporary protection of Ukrainians until March 2025
Poland has extended temporary protection for Ukrainian refugees until March 2025. This measure allows Ukrainians to continue living, working and studying in Poland without the need to apply for a new residence permit.
"Infrastructure solutions, housing, jobs" - Deputy Minister of Economy on how to encourage people to return to Ukraine
The governments of Ukraine and Germany are exploring ways to encourage Ukrainian emigrants to return home. They are considering proposals for infrastructure, housing, and jobs
Ukrainian citizens abroad, upon reaching retirement age, will be able to apply for a pension remotely: instructions
Ukrainian pensioners abroad can now apply for a pension online using the Pension Fund's portal and digital authentication, such as "Diia Pidpis".
More than two million passports and almost one and a half million ID-cards issued by Ukrainians last year - Ministry of Internal Affairs
In 2023, the State Migration Service of Ukraine issued more than 2. 7 million passports and 1.4 million ID cards, and services are now available in 7 foreign countries.
The Foreign Ministry urges Ukrainians not to visit Ecuador amid unrest in the country
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine recommends refraining from traveling to Ecuador for security reasons and urges citizens to avoid protests and remain vigilant.
There are no restrictions on the movement of Ukrainians in the EU – MFA
Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs denies claims of EU travel restrictions on Ukrainians, urging people to rely on official sources for reliable information.
The number of pupils from Ukraine in Czech schools has decreased
Remaining pupils are characterized by high levels of attendance in lessons,.
Scotland stops paying for housing for refugees from Ukraine
Scotland stops funding temporary housing for Ukrainian refugees due to budgetary problems; local authorities fear they will not be able to provide hotel accommodation.
Vilnius extends free public transportation for Ukrainians for a year
The Vilnius City Council has extended free public transportation for Ukrainians for another year, with the benefit effective from March 2022.
Three Ukrainians die in a car accident in Poland
Three Ukrainians were killed in a car accident near the Polish city of Gliwice after an Audi A6 collided with an Audi A4 and hit a tree.
Bulgaria expands humanitarian aid system for Ukrainian refugees
Bulgaria provides state aid to Ukrainian refugees, covering living expenses for those who have been granted temporary protection. More than 171,000 people have registered for assistance.