Ukrainian help center crowded again on Monday in Latvia

On Monday, March 14, the joint Ukrainian support center opened its doors again, and just like last week, is packed according to Latvian Television and Latvian Radio's observations.

Last week, the center in Congress Hall served around 2,900 people. It was closed over the weekend, and on Monday morning long lines formed outside it. LTV reported that last week, though the center struggled with the influx of people, the number was smaller than this week.

The Rīga City Council said that the center's capacity is exhausted. As reported, it is intended to set up another center in Rīga and possibly some in regions, but it has not yet happened.

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