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How many Ukrainian citizens have passed through Warsaw since the beginning of the war, and how many of them are in Warsaw today? What did the help offered by the city for refugees coming from abroad look like and what challenges related to their presence in the capital is Warsaw facing now?
The Pride Parade marched through the streets of Warsaw today. Along with the Polish LGBTI+ community, the parade was joined by Ukrainians. The crowd of smiling participants of the event was greeted by Rafał Trzaskowski, the President of the Capital City of Warsaw and Helena Dalli, the EU Commissioner for Equality.
Some changes have been introduced in Warsaw public transport for holidays. The timetables of several dozen bus lines have changed, trams and underground run differently.
120 computer stations for remote learning, Polish language courses, psychological support, classes for children and youth – these are only a part of the offer prepared for guests from Ukraine in the building at ul. Towarowa 25a. Thanks to the cooperation of the capital city of Warsaw with Alior Bank and UNICEF, the Centre for Education and Development starts its activity.
Mayor of the Capital City of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski decided to create the Golędzinów Natural Park. It is going to be the largest park in the capital, which will cover the area along the Vistula River in Praga-Północ. Residents will have a perfect place to relax and observe the nature by the Vistula River.