GRODNO, 23 November (BelTA) - A group of technical experts of the European Commission has arrived at a temporary accommodation center at the logistics hub on the Belarusian-Polish border, BelTA has learned.
The European Commission experts are getting familiar with the living conditions of the refugees in the logistics center. Grodno Oblast Vice Governor Viktor Pranyuk briefed the experts on food supplies and medical assistance provided for the refugees. “We have a necessary stock of food products. The feeding process has been well-organized. Two ambulance teams are on standby 24/7. Medics provide consultations to 40-70 people daily. Three children and two adult refugees are in hospitals now. One COVID-19 case has been registered,” he said.