Petar T. Ivanov: Ukrainians Need Help

“Ukrainians are decent people. They have come here not to be refugees. They are educated people. My mother is Ukrainian. My cousin lives near the airport recently taken by the Russian Army. She cried and asked me to help them leave the country.” – emotionally said Petar T. Ivanov, CEO, AmCham Bulgaria in this story of Nova TV about joint initiative United With Ukraine.

“This is unjust, unhuman war. TV footage bring a lot of emotions to everyone. This morning we saw those mothers with children (that have flee to Bulgaria, ed.) and spoke with them, and help them – it was very emotional. We all hope that this ends soon, unfortunately, we see that attacks on civilians continue, demolition and victims grow,” said Herro Mustafa, U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria. “However, we are witnessing an united answer – so many countries, including Bulgaria, are ready to help in every possible way.”

“I’ve got the luck to have this place (Nu Boyana Film Studios) and resources to organize this Job Fair. It would be irresponsible not to do so. Each Saturday we will have this event here,” said Yariv Lerner, CEO, Nu Boyana Studios.

America for Bulgaria and Muzeiko start a daycare center at Muzeiko for children of age 4 till 12 for free. “We’ve created this platform www.unitedwithukrainebg.org that we will update constantly,” said Nancy Schuller, CEO and President of America for Bulgaria Foundation.

The American College of Sofia opens its doors for students, and the American University in Bulgaria also will teach Ukrainian students in English and will offer accommodation after May 22nd.


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