Przemysl, Poland, Feb 28, 2022 / 13:00 pm
A Catholic archbishop greeted Ukrainian refugees arriving at a train station in eastern Poland on Saturday amid a growing humanitarian crisis.
Archbishop Adam Szal visited the new arrivals at the main railway station in Przemyśl on Feb. 26 as hundreds of thousands of people crossed the Polish border from Ukraine.
He expressed his solidarity with the refugees and assured them that he was praying for peace in their homeland. He also thanked local volunteers for their assistance, reported Onet.pl.
In a video message recorded on the same day, the archbishop of Przemyśl encouraged Polish people to open their hearts and homes to Ukrainian refugees.