Spain grants over 130,000 temporary protection to people dislodged by War


Spain has granted an excess of 130,000 temporary protection to those dislodged by the conflict in Ukraine, the Spanish government has declared.

As indicated by the government, since the procedure was enacted on March 10, the Office for Asylum and Refugees (OAR) of the Ministry of the Interior and the National Police have handled and conceded a sum of 130,220 securities for Ukrainian evacuees, as per reports.


“65.5 percent of individuals who have acquired temporary protection are women. By age bunch, 36.1 percent are under 18 years of age, 24.4 percent are somewhere in the range of 19 and 35 years of age, 32.9 percent are somewhere in the range of 36 and 64, and 6.6 percent are more than 65 years,” the government stated.

As per the government, all protections include a residence permit and a work permit for those of adult age.

Moreover, the General Directorate of Traffic has concluded that displaced people getting temporary security can likewise lawfully involve their driving license in Spain for around one year.

This year, the Asylum and Refugee Office celebrate thirty years of its movement, which, notwithstanding, has been looked all through the year 2022, with the handling of these 130,220 temporary documents recorded by Ukrainian immigrants who have shown up in Spain with no effect in their worldwide security registers.

“The Asylum and Refugee Office of the Ministry of the Interior and the National Police has handled demands for brief security in 70 police headquarters, and four gatherings and sanctuary focuses set up all through Spain. All solicitations are handled and settled inside the greatest time of 24 hours,” the assertion noted.

On June 21, the Spanish government uncovered that starting from the start of the conflict in Ukraine, Spain had given brief assurance to in excess of 124,000 Ukrainian exiles. Thus, Spain positions fourth in Europe in regards to the quantity of brief securities allowed toward the finish of May.


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