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British and Polish authorities to build temporary homes for internally displaced people in Ukraine

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This is stated in the Foreign Office of the United Kingdom.

“This new British-Polish partnership will help bring light, warmth and shelter to those who need it most,” TASS quoted the report as saying.

It is noted that the points in the Lviv and Poltava regions will be able to accommodate more than 700 people, and London will allocate about $12.3 million for their construction.

On December 27 it became known that the head of the British Interior Ministry Suella Braverman prepared a plan to reduce the number of migrants coming to the country.

In January, the Daily Mail reported that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has faced some serious challenges this year, including a record number of migrants in the country.

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