Prague to reopen centre for refugees from Ukraine

Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib announced on Firday that the city will reopen its centre for Ukrainian refugees from July 11. The move follows the decision by the government to do so, he said.

Prague closed the centre in mid-June due to the large number of refugees in the city. City Hall said on Friday that Prague authorities do not have any more long-term housing facilities and that the centre will therefore only provide emergency overnight stays in tent camps and state provided beds.

Author: Tom McEnchroe