https://www.gov.pl/web/dyplomacja/pomagam-ukrainie-koordynacja-pomocy-humanitarnej

The Government is launching a coordination mechanism for humanitarian assistance in connection with Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

The assistance will be directed to people staying on the territory of Ukraine, as well as to Ukrainian citizens who are already on the territory of Poland.

Would you like to help? There are several ways!

You decide to what extent you can help. You can donate essential items, provide accommodation or shelter for those in need, but also support the organisation and get involved as a volunteer.

There are several options for assistance:

– material support: people who have left their homes often have with them only the most necessary things and supplies for a few days. Direct support for them is mainly: water, food, medical and dressing materials, blankets, sleeping bags, camp beds, clothing;

– accommodation or shelter: some refugees need accommodation – for a few days or so;

– means of transport: to transport aid to the territory of Ukraine, as well as people in need;

– personal support: delivering support to a large group of people is a logistical challenge. You can get involved as a volunteer to help those in need.

The form is available on the website:

  • gov.pl
  • pl/web/udsc/ukraina2

Assistance for citizens of Ukraine

Crossing the border

If you are fleeing Russian military aggression against Ukraine, you will be allowed into Poland.

If you have not been provided with a place to stay in Poland, go to the nearest reception point.

At the reception point: you will receive more information about your stay in Poland, we will provide you with temporary accommodation, you will receive a hot meal, a drink, basic medical care and a place to rest.

If you are fleeing the armed conflict in Ukraine, don’t worry that you don’t have the documents to enter Poland. You will be allowed into Poland. Take with you the most important documents – internal passport, foreign passport (if you have one), birth certificates of children who are travelling with you, medical documentation.

Borders can also be crossed on foot.

If you travel with animals – dogs, cats, ferrets must be microchipped and vaccinated, others (rodents, rabbits, amphibians, reptiles, ornamental aquatic animals, invertebrates) without restrictions, but the decision will be made during the border crossing by the National Tax Administration.

Decisions related to the movable property (e.g. a car) are taken when crossing the border by the National Tax Administration.

Poland has no influence on border procedures when crossing the Ukrainian border.

https://www.gov.pl/web/udsc/punkty-recepcyjne2

Information on reception points located in all voivodships in Poland.

https://www.gov.pl/web/mswia/informacja-dla-uchodzcow-z-ukrainy

Information for refugees from Ukraine

If you are fleeing the armed conflict in Ukraine, you will be allowed into Poland.

If you are not assured a place to stay in Poland, go to the nearest reception point.

At the reception point:

– you will receive more information about staying in Poland,

– we will provide you with temporary accommodation in Poland,

– you will receive a hot meal, a drink, basic medical care and a place to rest.

https://www.strazgraniczna.pl/pl/aktualnosci/informacje-o-granicy-polsko-uk/9876,Odprawa-w-ruchu-pieszym-na-granicy-z-UA.html

 

On all road border crossings with Ukraine from 25.02 this year you can cross the border in the direction from Ukraine to Poland on foot.

On 25 February this year, the Commander-in-Chief of the Border Guard, Major-General SG Tomasz Praga, decided to introduce pedestrian checkpoints at all road border crossing points with Ukraine.

The above decision was taken due to the armed conflict in Ukraine and was dictated by humanitarian reasons.

https://www.strazgraniczna.pl/pl/aktualnosci/informacje-o-granicy-polsko-uk/9870,Zniesiona-kwarantanna-na-granicy-z-UA.html

Quarantine on the border with Ukraine lifted

Since 25 February this year, persons crossing the section of the border with Ukraine are exempt from the obligation to undergo quarantine.

All persons crossing the border of Poland with Ukraine in connection with the armed conflict on the territory of this country are exempt from the obligation to undergo quarantine.

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