The first Ukrainian refugee center in the EU has opened in Vilnius
The first Ukrainian center in the European Union for citizens forced to leave Ukraine due to the war was opened in Vilnius, as reported by the press service of the Office of the President of Ukraine. The initiative to create the cultural center came from the first ladies of the two countries — Elena Zelenska and Diana Nausedene. The premises for the center were provided by Vytautas Magnus University. Former Lithuanian Ambassador to Ukraine Algirdas Kumža, signatory of the Lithuanian Independence Act, became the head of the Ukrainian center in Vilnius. According to the plan, the Ukrainian center will become a place of education, career guidance, psychological assistance, and recreation for children, youth, and adults.
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