As a result of the ongoing war, many families, women and children, the elderly and the vulnerable, people with limited mobility and people with disabilities have become those who need help right now as victims of the aggression that is happening in our days in the twenty-first century.

Millions of Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes and go abroad – to other countries where everything is new – from the roof over their heads, people to language, work, social and humanitarian issues.

In order to facilitate the adaptation of our citizens and enable them to cross the border and acquire refugee status, the Government has created a HUMANITARIAN AID PORTAL, where everyone can ask questions and get a reasoned and meaningful answer to the main areas of the site.

Official address of the HUMANITARIAN AID PORTAL website –

Information for Ukrainian citizens who have become refugees or are planning to leave the country can be found on the portal

In particular, data on:

the country’s decision to accept refugees;

social security for refugees;

medical care;

restrictions on COVID-19;

crossing the border with animals;

crossing the border with overdue documents or without the necessary documents;

links to official information sources for refugees to enter Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and Bulgaria.