Poland to help erect temporary houses for refugees in Ukraine

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Poland will help in the construction of 12 prefab temporary houses for refugees in Ukraine by the end of the year, Ukrainian media reported on Wednesday.

The Interfax-Ukraina agency wrote that 12 similar temporary housing modules have already been built in Ukraine with the help of the Polish Prime Minister's Office and Poland's Governmental Strategic Reserves Agency.

Currently such housing functions in the Kyiv and Chernihiv district and the city of Lviv, jointly providing shelter for over 3,500 refugees from war-torn parts of the country.

The Polish Embassy in Kyiv said that the last of the functioning module houses was completed on October 29 in Vasilkiv near Kyiv.