A Ukrainian mother was helped to find her children by Hungarian and Polish border guards, and a visually impaired volunteer stole the hearts of many at Nyugati Railway Station.
Cooperation between Hungarian and Polish border police helped reunite a family fleeing from Ukraine in Beregsurány. On the morning of 1 March 2022, a woman of Ukrainian nationality entered Poland from Ukraine. The first thing she did was immediately ask for help from the Polish border police. She said that she had fled her home country with her two children to escape the hardships of the war there, but they had become separated on the way.
She did not know the whereabouts of her daughter and son, and she needed help to find them.
As police.hu reported, their Polish colleagues sent photographs of the children, aged 11 and 12, to the Hungarian-Ukrainian border crossing points, which were used by Hungarian police officers to monitor their presence at all points of entry.
Just a few hours later, at 20:45 on 1 March 2022, the two children presented themselves for entry at the Beregsurány border crossing point. The border guards there immediately recognised the girl and the boy with the help of their photographs. They were taken to a safe place, and the Polish authorities were informed, who immediately left for Hungary with the mother.
Half a day later, the mother finally embraced her children in Beregsurány at 1 am on 2 March 2022.
The athlete Péter Gusztos shared a post on his Facebook page yesterday. The post has now been shared more than 550 times. The photo shows a man wearing a FreeSZFE mask, Gábor, holding a sign.
Gábor was standing at Nyugati Railway Station, and from the text on his sign, we can see that he is trying to help those who fled to Hungary to escape the war with free WiFi and interpretation in four languages: English, French, Spanish, and Romanian.
Gábor quickly made his way into people’s hearts with his generosity in such trying times: one person commented “Volunteer of the Year” under the Facebook post.
Source: police.hu, szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu