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King Charles meets resettled refugee families in Aberdeen

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King Charles meets resettled refugee families in Aberdeen

King Charles meets resettled refugee families in Aberdeen

King Charles has met refugee families from Afghanistan, Syria and Ukraine who have settled in Aberdeen.

The monarch learned more of Aberdeen City Council's resettlement programme, as well as hearing personal stories from families on their evacuation.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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