The center will employ different experts who will assist Ukrainians with finding shelter, hand out food, and provide all kinds of information.
Representatives of the Border Guard will take care of documents for visa issuance.
The list of services and assistance available will expand and be adapted to needs, according to the center's director Raivis Knoks. The center will be open daily from 9:00 to 18:00.
Everyone who wishes to help Ukrainians can apply on palidziukrainai.lv and indicate what kind of assistance they can provide.
170 refugees have currently been allocated a place of residence in Latvia, but around 3000 to 4000 people have arrived in Latvia, according to LETA's information.