How Spain is offering 'children of Chernobyl' refuge from Ukraine war

Following the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, thousands of Ukrainian youths have spent summer holidays with Spanish families. Now, these host families are helping to provide a safe haven from the war in Ukraine to the so-called “children of Chernobyl” and their parents.


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