Finland getting ready to receive more refugees from Ukraine
Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin said it is important that the EU has agreed that those who have left Ukraine should be allowed to work and have access to school or daycare.
“We’ll try to arrange as normal everyday conditions as possible for people who have fled the war,” she said.
According to Marin, the Finnish people’s awareness of the crisis and desire to help are high.
The Finnish Immigration Service (Migri) said on Friday that in addition to standard reception centers, private accommodation service points may be established around Finland. These would provide reception services such as social and health services and financial support to displaced persons who have arranged their accommodation.