Accommodation Owners Offer to House Some 600 Ukrainian Refugees, Around 3,000 Now in Slovenia

By , 23 Mar 2022, 12:41 PM Lifestyle

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STA, 23 March 2022 - Owners of hotels, hostels and self-catering tourist apartments have offered accommodation for around 600 refugees in a public call for applications issued by the Government Office for the Support and Integration of Migrants.

Talks with the 153 applicants are under way and it is expected agreements will be signed this week, the office told the STA.

The call for applications was published in early March and was open for providers who could offer accommodation for at least 20 persons.

As of last week there were more than 3,000 Ukrainian refugees in Slovenia. The majority are staying with relatives or friends, and there are two large groups housed at the Aliens Centre in Logatec and at Debeli Rtič, where the Interior Ministry has holiday facilities for employees.

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