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UN awards Polish couple for providing safe housing for refugees since the start of war in Ukraine

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UN awards Polish couple for providing safe housing for refugees since the start of war in Ukraine

UN awards Polish couple for providing safe housing for refugees since the start of war in Ukraine

Euronews spoke to Wladyslaw Grochowski, who has been recognised, along with his wife, by the UN for providing safe accommodation for refugees in Poland.


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