An assistance center for Ukrainians will be opened in Prague

Prague City Hall, together with UNICEF, is opening a center to help Ukrainians who are fleeing the war and have been living in the Czech capital for some time.

The Municipality of Prague, in cooperation with the United Nations Children's Fund, will open another center to help refugees from Ukraine by the end of the year.

Center coordinator Geti Mubin plans to open it in late November or early December. The institution will initially operate in test mode.

Workers will help refugees with accommodation, education, or social and legal counseling. The coordinator added that the facility will be open to all refugees, regardless of visa type.