Ukrainian refugees get rights to accommodation, work and education

Ljubljana, 24 March - The government decided on Thursday that refugees from Ukraine who apply for temporary protection in Slovenia will have the right to accommodation, financial assistance, access to the labour market and education, head of the Office for the Support and Integration of Migrants Katarina Štrukelj told the press.

A group of over 40 refugees from Lviv, Ukraine arrive in Žalec, east-central Slovenia.
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