Regina — The Saskathuwan government states that a humanitarian flight carrying 230 Ukrainian citizens will arrive in Regina on Monday night.
"Saskathuwan officials have worked with the Ukrainian embassy in Canada to coordinate support and support for Ukrainian citizens fleeing the ongoing war in their home countries," Saskathuwan relations said. Said in a statement.
"In the spirit of true Saskathuwan, many community groups, organizations and individuals have also spent hours helping these Ukrainian families and individuals live in our state.
The Saskathuwan government said in a news release that more than 1,000 Ukrainians have arrived in the state since Russian troops invaded the country in February.
Monday flight passengers were supposed to receive temporary accommodation at the Leginato and provide access to key support and information related to life in Saskathuwan, the government said. ..
He also said that there is a payment reception center with an interpreter, where new arrivals can get information on Saskatchewan's health card, bank account setting assistance, housing, employment, education and income assistance. rice field. The state
said it was supposed to send non-perishable foods, sleeping bags, medicines and other high-demand goods back home for distribution to the Ukrainian people.
This report by Canadian Press was first published on July 4, 2022.