Tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees have fled to Romania and other European Union countries since Russia invaded their country last week.
There were about 33,000 Ukrainians in Romania on Monday who have arrived since the war began, government spokesman Dan Carbunaru said. Thousands more have left for other countries. Hundreds of Ukrainians have asked for asylum in Romania, he said.
Romanian authorities and private individuals have offered Ukrainian refugees food and shelter and donated a number of items ranging from sim cards, to diapers to toiletries.
On Monday, the philanthropic M&V Schmidt Foundation said it would open their doors to dozens of displaced people.
„As it is important to be with those in great need in these hard moment, the M&V Schmidt Foundation is offering help to refugees from Ukraine,” said a press release sent to Universul.net.
.The foundation said it could accommodate a maximum of 52 people at its upmarket boutique hotel Casa Kraus and Casa Schmidt in Transylvanian village of Criț, home to an ethnic Saxon community.
For more information, people are advised to call 0743.255.553.