The Cabinet of Ministers of Poland adopted the bill proposing amendments to the law on aid to Ukrainian refugees. The bill will be presented to parliament in the coming days.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Poland adopted the bill that includes amendments to the law on aid to Ukrainian refugees prepared by the Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administrative Affairs.
According to the bill, which includes the tightening of the system of aid paid to refugees fleeing the war and the payment of part of the living costs in collective accommodation by refugees, from 1 March 2023, every Ukrainian refugee who will stay in Poland for more than 120 days will be entitled to a daily allowance of 40 zloty (approximately 8.5 euro). will cover 50 percent of the costs incurred.
If the residence period exceeds 180 days, he will pay 75 percent of the said expenses out of his own pocket, provided that it does not exceed 60 zloty (12.8 euro) per day. Disabled people, children, retirees, pregnant women, children under 12, families with 3 children and people in distress will be exempt from these costs.
According to the draft of the Council of Ministers, if the Ukrainian refugee leaves Poland, the aid given to him will be stopped. If He Stays Outside Of Poland for more than 30 days, he will lose his right of residence in this country and the benefits he has been receiving. The bill will be discussed in the Polish parliament in the coming days.