Camp Žilina is a large private office building, currently home to more than 70 Ukrainian, Moroccan, Nigerian and other pre-war refugees in Ukraine, who are cared for by only slightly less volunteers. They set aside an entire floor for them.
It pays smoothly with the businessman Milan, to whom the building (with the partners) belongs, is very large. The one in front of you, you just wait for it for a while, when you stand in English for a while from an unknown labyrinth full of screens and hundreds of beds. Dubec spends all day there.
After a day at the camp, where you will meet every passionate and determined people willing to help, dependent refugees and children playing, he feels that it is “fine”. Then the evening comes home, you turn on the news and “wake up” to the ongoing war and tragedy full of dying people.
If they could, you would study with us
“These are students, future doctors and engineers from Morocco and Nigeria. There are forty of them and they came here, because no one wanted them yet. Nobody wanted them means that they were rejected by the family just … Wait here, if I do not return, then Dubec just let me down and deals with accommodation for a Ukrainian family with children.
“Those boys and girls