A train with refugees from Ukraine entered the platform of Gdynia Główna railway station. The travelers were looked after by volunteers and employees of the information and advisory point, including the vice-president of Gdynia, Katarzyna Gruszecka-Spychała. The refugees came from war-torn cities like Kharkiv, Odessa and Kyiv. They are mostly women and children.
Soldiers and uniformed services helped. They helped carry luggage to the coaches. The Ukrainian refugees were transported to the quarters prepared by the Pomeranian self-governments. Some passengers were provided with accommodation with family and friends.
Refugees receive full information at the information desk at the station. They can fill in forms at the information desk. They can register their stay in Poland. They can choose the form of stay. The information desk offers food, hot drinks, a changing table and a children’s corner. There is a shortage of hands for work and help.
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