The border cities with Ukraine became a second battle front, where volunteers and authorities every day attend to thousands of Ukrainian refugees who arrive in Poland trying to flee from the war and the fighting that took place in the city of kyiv and areas of the eastern Ukraine.
The Warsaw train station, strategically located between the border with Ukraine and Belarus, welcomes thousands of families daily with food, coffee and food, who have adopted it as a temporary refuge camp while they find a destination to flee from the battles and incessant bombing to start the occupation.
A small nursery has been set up right here so that the children can forget a bit about the misfortune of their journey and spend time with other comrades escaping from the war. In this small center there are some children's games and space to paint, as well as clothes that the Poles have donated for the cause. The little ones are greeted with chocolate, sweets and the friendly smiles of the volunteers who play with them while the parents rest for a while to think about their new destination.
It is estimated that more than a million refugees from Ukraine have arrived in Poland since February 24, most of them by train, turning the power plants into refugee camps and the second largest battlefront in this invasion. from Russia to Ukraine