Dutch Royal House welcomes Ukrainian refugees at the castle in Apeldoorn
According to the Dutch Government Information Service (RVD), King Willem-Alexander is preparing to receive Ukrainian refugees in the castle Het Oude Loo in Apeldoorn.
Het Oude Loo should be ready for a different kind of family gathering. From about mid-April, the lodge will shelter six to eight Ukrainian families.
Six to eight Ukrainian families equal about 20-30 new temporary residents at Het Oude Loo. On a larger scale, the Netherlands is currently hosting 12,000 Ukrainian refugees.
All 25 Dutch safety regions have been instructed to welcome 1,000 Ukrainian refugees in the nearest future. With that number expected to rise quickly, they are expected to host 1,000 more.
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