Ukrainian refugees line up at the “Poorhouse” in Oslo to get additional food

Ukrainian refugeesPhoto: AP Photo / Sergei Grits
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Multiple Ukrainian refugees have been forced to line up at the “Poorhouse” in Oslo to get additional food. They think they get bad food and in small amounts at the locations where they have been allocated housing.

Several of the Ukrainian refugees the newspaper Klassekampen has spoken to say that they get food in the places where they have been allocated housing – but that the food is not that good. They described bread slices and soup and would rather make their own food.

“There are so many children where I live. They can not just eat spicy soup and slices of bread,” one of the refugees told the newspaper.

Others say that they get a Kiwi gift card of NOK 100 to buy food and that this is not enough to cover their needs.

The Poorhouse usually distributes around 400 food bags in one day, but lately, they are distributing more, and the number is increasing every day, the newspaper writes.

Note: The picture used is for illustration purposes only.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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