Ukrainian refugees were dissatisfied with the living conditions in the buffer center of the Bulgarian city of Elkhovo. This was reported by bTV on Sunday, November 6.
The refugees were settled in metal cabins. 35 people, including 12 children, expressed their indignation.
According to them, the cabins are uncomfortable conditions — there is little room for families with children. According to the TV channel, the refugees want to move to the recreation center as soon as possible.
The head of the Yambol region, Georgy Chulkov, said that the refugees will remain in the center until the points for their accommodation are determined.