German MIA, #Accomodation-Ukraine & Airbnb.org Cooperating to Accommodate Refugees Coming From Ukraine

The Federal Ministry of the Interior and Homeland Security (BMI), #Accomodation-Ukraine and the non-profit organization Airbnb.org have agreed on a partnership to accommodate people coming to Germany fleeing the war in Ukraine.

German MIA, #Accomodation-Ukraine & Airbnb.org Cooperating to Accommodate Refugees Coming From Ukraine

The Federal Ministry of the Interior and Homeland Security (BMI), #Accomodation-Ukraine and the non-profit organization Airbnb.org have agreed on a partnership to accommodate people coming to Germany fleeing the war in Ukraine.

In a press statement issued on March 10th, the legal advisor and head of the division of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees State Secretary Markus Richter revealed that civil society had already mobilized 300,000 private and free offers across Germany and that it indicates that the cooperation with Ukraine is growing, visaoperations.com reports.

"Now it's crucial to organize your mediation process in a systematic method with a growing number of people who are arriving," Richter also observed.

As per the ministry, individuals that come from Ukraine will join families ready to take them wherever in Germany.

Those who wish to provide accommodation for refugees are invited to sign up on Wohnung-Ukraine.de as well as Airbnb.org.

Additionally, security will be provided by all parties involved via authentication at registration for the provider and the procedure is supported by organizations that support it.

"The civil society alliance centered around the non-profit gut.org as well as the independent, non-profit Airbnb.org together with their international crises experience is designed to better organize the temporary accommodation for the increasing numbers of visitors." the statement reads.

Alongside international organizations, the countries that have indicated their willingness to host numerous refugees who have been forced to flee their home countries include Hungary, Switzerland, and Romania.

The Swiss State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) in a press release released 7 March stated there were thousands of housing facilities in federal asylum centers that cater to Ukrainian refugees.

Swiss Refugee Aid (SFH) will also take in all Ukrainians who are hosted by private hosts or with cantonal structures working in conjunction together with all cantons.

Similar to this The Prim Minister for Hungary, Viktor Orban, has declared that temporary shelters will be offered in Hungary to house those who have no relatives, and a number of centers have been created across Hungary to offer food and shelter to refugees from Ukraine who need to stay for a longer period of time.

However, the authorities of Romania have confirmed that Romania has taken all the necessary steps to be able to accommodate all Ukrainians who are still fleeing the conflict.

In this respect in this regard, in this regard, the Ministry of Interior of Romania has announced that in the event that an increase in the number of refugees grows facilities like hotels and schools can be utilized to accommodate refugees who come to the country.


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