NewsMathilde of Belgium: Ukrainian refugees move in with her

Mathilde of Belgium: Ukrainian refugees move in with her

Queen Mathilde wants to alleviate the suffering of the refugees from Ukraine. The Belgian royal family gives shelter to those displaced by the war.

Brussels – Whether it’s donations in kind or money, the provision of accommodation or voluntary support: numerous people across Europe are offering their help to refugees from Ukraine who have just lost their homes. The Belgian royal family is also setting a good example.

The fate of the Ukrainian population leaves no one indifferent. Since the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, millions of people who feared for their lives as a result of the attacks have fled their homes. The women, men and children find refuge in Belgium, among other places. The neighboring German country expects up to 200,000 refugees who are looking for a place to stay. King Philippe (61) and Queen Mathilde (49) do not want to stand idly by.* knows when the refugees will move into the apartments of the Belgian royal family.

According to media reports, the socially committed royal couple is providing two apartments that are donated by the Belgian royals. In the last few weeks, King Philippe and his wife Mathilde have already sought exchange with the Ukrainian refugees when they visited an emergency shelter and a registration center, among other things. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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