Municipal government of Zagreb, Croatia to organize holidays for children of IDPs.
Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko says 50 children of immigrants will have an opportunity to go to Adriatic Sea.
Municipal government of Zagreb, Croatia,responded to Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko with his request to organize holidays for children of IDPs. Therefore, from 28 August to 13 September this year 50 children of immigrants will have an opportunity to go to Adriatic Sea.
Croatia takes all the expenditures for accommodation and nutrition. Money for transportation and documents registration (more than 180 thousand UAH) will be collected during the charity event this Thursday by Elliot De La Valiere, an entrepreneur, to whom Kyiv authorities applied for a help.
"It's very important to take care and help children who have seen the horror of war, - said Vitaly Klitschko. - That's why we turned to the mayor of Zagreb to organize holidays for children from migrant families from anti-terroristic operation area".
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