According to German law enforcement officials, about 250 people were in the refugee hostel at the time of the fire.
In Germany, a 9-year-old boy from Ukraine died in a fire in a refugee camp. The tragedy on Sunday, June 4, was announced by the Minister of the Interior and Municipal Affairs of Thuringia, Georg Mayer on the microblog Twitter.
“Today, a child died in Apolda, who, together with his family, was seeking protection from Putin’s bombs. In those days one could lose hope,” he wrote.
Mayer said he will do everything he can to find out the cause of the fire.
“There should be complete clarity here,” he added.
Remember that in Thuringia at 5.00 am on June 4, a fire broke out in a refugee camp, where 245 people live. During the fire, a boy from Ukraine disappeared. Subsequently, the child’s body was found at the scene of the tragedy.
German Interior Minister Nancy Feser to him Twitter expressed condolences to the family of the deceased and assured that the federal security authorities are in constant contact with the Thuringian police and are “always ready to provide support.”
The police added that 10 other people were injured and taken to the hospital due to the fire.
Earlier it was reported that in Poland the boiler room of a school where Ukrainian refugees live is on fire.
In Britain, a burning hotel, where refugees from Ukraine live
It can be recalled that the National Police launched the Reunite Ukraine mobile application to search for missing children, which will help reunite Ukrainian families who have lost contact due to war or have been illegally deported.
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