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Ukrainians in Romania help new refugee arrivals

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Nearly 5.5 million people have fled Ukraine since the start of Russia's war on Feb. 24, according to data from the U.N. refugee agency. The Romanian government is currently giving away free train tickets to Ukrainian refugees arriving in Romania that they can use to travel on to Hungary, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Bulgaria.
7 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation

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Look for the orange vest: Ukrainians in Romania help others

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago. She now sees Bucharest’s North Railway Station as a second home. She doesn’t live there, but it’s where she spends most of her day welcoming fellow Ukrainian refugees escaping from Russia's war and helping them sort out tickets, accommodation and onward destinations.

7 months ago·United States
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Ukrainians in Romania help new refugee arrivals

Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago

7 months ago·United States
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Ukrainians in Romania help new refugee arrivals

By CHISATO TANAKA Associated PressBUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago. She now sees Bucharest’s North Railway Station as second home. She doesn’t live there. But it’s where she spends most of her day welcoming fellow Ukrainians and helping them sort out tickets, accommodation and onward destinations. The Romanian government is currently giving away free train tickets to Ukrainian refugees arri…

7 months ago·Panama City, United States
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Look for the Orange Vest: Ukrainians in Romania Help Others

Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago. She now sees Bucharest's North Railway Station as a second home. She doesn't live there, but it's where she spends most of her day welcoming fellow Ukrainian refugees escaping from Russia's war and helping them sort out tickets, accommodation and onward destinations. The 26-year-old said that keeping herself busy and useful keeps her from dwelling on Russia's shelling of her hometow…

7 months ago·United States
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Ukrainians in Romania help new refugee arrivals

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago. She now sees Bucharest’s North Railway Station as a second home.She doesn’t live there, but it’s where she spends most of her day welcoming fellow Ukrainian refugees escaping from Russia’s war and helping them sort out tickets, accommodation and onward destinations.The 26-year-old said that keeping herself busy and useful keeps her from dwelling on Russia’s…

7 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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Ukrainians in Romania help new refugee arrivals

Elena Trofimchuk fled Ukraine to Romania more than a month ago. She now sees Bucharest’s North Railway Station as a second home.She doesn’t live there, but it’s where she spends most of her day welcoming fellow Ukrainian refugees escaping from Russia's war and helping them sort out tickets, accommodation and onward destinations.The 26-year-old said that keeping herself busy and useful keeps her from dwelling on Russia’s shelling of her hometown,…

7 months ago·Jacksonville, United States
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