The Budapest Police Command (BRFK) and its subsidiaries welcomed refugees in the capital on Monday 1953, the Budapest Police Office reported on the police website on Tuesday.
Refugees who arrived at the Kobanya Upper Railway Station were taken by bus special trains to the humanitarian crossing point in the BOK hall. They said that among the refugees who arrived in the capital, 683 children.
It was also reported that the cooperating authorities had taken over the accommodation and transportation of 35 people, including 23 children, in accommodation facilities in the capital and the countryside.
BRFK will receive refugees from Ukraine by train at Kupania Upper Railway Station with the Reserve Police and students of the Law Enforcement Faculty of the National Civil Service University. In order to facilitate on-site communication, BRFK has contracted with 31 Ukrainian translators and provides its own staff.
Police officers are in constant contact with the staff of the Directorate General of Disaster Management, the National Directorate for Aliens, the Hungarian Railways Limited, the Budapest Transport Center, the Budapest Municipal Police Directorate and aid organizations – read the announcement. (MTI)
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