Polish humanitarian aid for refugees in Greece
PR dla Zagranicy
Some 188 tonnes of Polish humanitarian aid is expected to reach refugee camps in Greece by the end of this year, a news agency reported on Sunday.
Beata KempaW. Kusiński/Polish Radio
Aid including foodstuffs, school supplies and detergents is destined for refugee camps in cities such as Salonika, Alexandroupolis and Katerini, public broadcaster Polish Radio's IAR news agency reported.
According to Poland’s Humanitarian Aid Minister Beata Kempa, the project may benefit some 4,000 families, or around 20,000 people in total, in refugee camps in Greece, both on the islands and the country’s mainland.
The 1 PLN million (EUR 230,000) project has been financed by the Polish Prime Minister’s Office together with the Father Werenfried Foundation and the Orthodox Church in Poland.