Well, if a person decides himself that he wants something else, if he needs help now, right at this moment, if he has nothing to eat, nothing to feed his children, the elderly have no money to buy medicine – and some specific drugs are needed – even those who need some specific food in the temporary accommodation centers, how can you refuse them?! And the flow isn’t slowing down. I suspect that part of the problem lies in the very large number of people. Nobody was ready for this. The system was obviously not ready for this.UN PORTAL data (as of June 21):
- 8,007,014 people have crossed the borders of Ukraine to leave since February 24;
- more than 2,836,563 returned to Ukraine,
- 1,305,018 people have arrived in Russia (more than to any other country)
I want to point out that the 10,000 rubles per person is not every month, like in other countries, this is a one-time payment.
And people have endless life problems. Currently we’re helping them to solve these problems as best as we can. I want to emphasize: we are in no way involved in politics, in forced transfers, especially the transfer of Ukrainian citizens to Russia.No one has the right to force anyone to go anywhere
But how do you explain the distribution of refugees across regions, when a person who comes from Mariupol, according to the logic of the Russian system, might end up in the Far East, though, for example, he may ultimately need to go to Europe, he has relatives there?
It happens that a person wants to go to some region, he’s ready to go and they’re ready to host him. But it happens that someone stands in the way, they say: “here is the list and you go there.” This is wrong even in the context of the current situation in Russia and today's rules. No one has the right to force anyone to go anywhere.
It’s clear that the problems of these people won’t end anytime soon.
What we don't do is job-hunting. Getting a job is rather difficult, and we have seen just a handful of successful cases when we sent people from Moscow and they managed to get a job, when they were hired and provided with housing. And then they called us and said everything was OK.