Poland will pay Ukrainian refugees another 1990 hryvnia

Poland will pay Ukrainian refugees another 1990 hryvnia

Poland will pay another UAH 1,990 to Ukrainian refugees

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In Poland, from July 1, applications are accepted under the Good Start program. Ukrainian refugees will be able to receive 300 zloty – about 1990 hryvnia. This was reported on the government portal of a friendly country, writes the publication biz.today.ua.

The Polish authorities decided to help visitors to get their children to school. Funds are provided for a starter kit for each child. All Ukrainian refugees can apply, regardless of income level. You can apply for help online.

The Good Start program founded in 2018, it has been operating for four years. A payment of PLN 300 is provided to children from 7 to 20 years old, and up to 24 years old – for children with disabilities.

Application for a benefit from July 1 is sent by e-mail, and from August 1 – by regular mail. Applications are accepted until the end of November.

Polish banks participate in the program: PKO Bank Polski, Alior, Bank Polskiej Spółdzielczości, Bank Pocztowy, Credit Agricole Bank Polska, BNP Paribas Bank Polska, ING Bank Śląski, Getin Noble Bank, mBank, Nest Bank, Millennium, SGB Bank and Pekao.

Recall that residents of Poland, who provide Ukrainian refugees with housing and food, pay 40 zlotys per person per day. However, there are conditions – that the migrants arrived in the country after February 24 and the period of 120 days of stay has not expired for them.

The payment period will be extended by more than 120 days for persons who help people  with disabilities, pregnant women, pensioners and refugees raising children under the age of 12 months or three or more children.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga