Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk led a meeting about Ukrainian citizens returning through the Mokrany-Domanove corridor.
“We need to organize comprehensive support for our people. Especially those with limited mobility need it,” the Vice Prime Minister said.
Since February 24, 2022, nearly 6,000 individuals, with over a thousand kids, have crossed into Ukraine through the humanitarian corridor.
The NGO Pluriton runs a volunteer center at the border. They provide people with food, a place to warm up, a shelter, etc. The center has also launched bus routes.
Officials say it is necessary to make people at the border more aware of their options.
Temporary housing options are also under consideration for those who arrived through the humanitarian corridor.
“We must work together to cover all the needs. First, we need to address the payment issue and arrange temporary housing,” said Iryna Vereshchuk.