The human factor

28 July 2015 18:50  175104046 0105071
The human factor

On July 27, a 23-year-old woman with a young child was pushed out of a bus and repoted to the police. The woman was shocked. She was handcuffed for half an hour, and had not even violated any law.

This was reported by Oleg Grigoryev in Facebook. He said that comments of eyewitnesses and law enforcement officers had been recorded.

As it turned out, the woman had come to Ukraine from Sierra Leone due to difficult political situation at home. At present, the woman has not received any status. It is very hard for her, the 8-month-old baby does not even have a bottle. Interesting, the boy was given a Ukrainian name - Volodymyr.

Currently, the young mother with her child is staying in the temporary accommodation center for foreigners in Perechyn.

"These people are in permanent stress and on the brink of depression. They live below the poverty line.They do not know what their future will be, even tomorrow."- Oleg Grigoryev said.

...Meanwhile, and would like to point it out, caring users of social networks unite to help the refugee, as well as other people, who live in the same center: women, particularly in the group "Uzhgorod", announced the collection of things: clothing, toys, food. Because Transcarpathians, will not leave anyone in need in their land...

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