- 29 Jun 2022 12:30 PM
- Hungary Matters
In April, Ukrainian and Hungarian Jewish organisations requested the government’s help in opening a camp for hundreds of Ukrainian refugees at the 180,000sqm government resort at Balatonőszöd, which had lain unused for several years, EMIH said in a statement.
The two Jewish groups partially renovated the resort and are fundraising to pay for more renovations and a temporary expansion, when it will be fit to accommodate 644 people once completed. Facilities will include kosher kitchens and classrooms for children.
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