She went there with the Hungarian Ecumenical Charity and delivered 28 tonnes of food and hygienic supplies. She said that getting to Ukraine was not easy, but they overcame the problems. There are more than 120 thousand Hungarians living in Ukraine. Many of them fled the country but those remaining need help.
According to index.hu, she is the goodwill ambassador of the Hungarian Ecumenical Charity. That is why she travelled to Transcarpathia with the donations the organisation collected. She told the media outlet that most of the refugees in Transcarpathia come from the southern parts of the country and Kyiv. She added that everybody voiced their hope to be able to return.
When it came to crossing the border, she said they had a minor problem.
They would have had to wait too long, so they chose another route. However, Ukrainian authorities were very kind to them. She said that the local authorities do their best to help the charity organisations. Talking about the tasks still ahead, she said that, as a mother, her thoughts are with the fleeing children in need. “Diapers, food, nonperishables, warm clothes.
But refugees were provided with everything” –
PM Orbán’s wife highlighted that those refugees who can afford it go to hotels. Others go to local families. Those who do not have other options go to the dormitories. People are scared but patient and bear the situation with dignity – she told index.hu.
Meanwhile, the University of Debrecen cleared today that President Putin lost the honourary citizen title the institution gave him in 2017.
The university’s senate awarded the Russian president in 2017 with the title CIVIS HONORIS CAUSA,
but Putin did not appear at the award ceremony. Since he did not show up, he could never wear that title – the university said today. During the next session of the senate, they will probably abolish the awarding document.
KárpátHír said that the Hetvenkét Tanítvány Mozgalom (72 Apprentices Movement) is looking after the education of the Ukrainian refugees in Budapest. They work together with teacher organisations and several Catholic schools in the capital.
Many of the schools run by churches volunteered to enrol Ukrainian students.
They await the applications of teachers.
Source: index.hu, KárpátHír