Israel continues humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees

Israel continues humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees

Israel continued humanitarian assistance to Ukrainian refugees who were forced to flee Ukraine as a result of Russia’s full-scale aggression.

This is reported by The Times of Israel with reference to the statement by the Office of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, reports Ukrinform.

As noted, the assistance package includes visa extension and aid in the field of health care and social security.

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At the same time, the brief statement by PM Netanyahu’s Office did not specify when such aid would expire.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, the Albanian government has extended until September 2022 the term of protection for Ukrainian refugees who were forced to flee from the war unleashed by Russia.

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