British priest called Ukrainians ungrateful refugees

Passers-by in London. Archive photo

British vicar Jonathan Blake, host of the Ukrainians in his house in the London borough Welling, called them ungrateful refugees, writes Daily Mail.

The priest said that at the end of may, he decorated the home in the amount of 2500 pounds and has hosted Ukrainian couple with three children. He registered them, the local physician, and determined adolescent in a “perfect school.” However, as it turned out, Blake, “refugees” have long wanted to move to the UK, and armed conflict in their country was only a convenient excuse to do it.

According to the vicar, he was surprised that the first family is vacationing in Spain and was looking for a place to stay. Says Blake, while staying in his house Ukrainians rarely show gratitude, and then suddenly disappeared when he helped them find a new home. According to the British, they looked as refugees, but rather as economic migrants.

Russia from 24 February holds a special operation in Ukraine. Vladimir Putin called it the task of “protecting people, who for eight years harassed, genocide by the Kiev regime”. He said that the ultimate aim of the operation was the liberation of Donbass and the creation of conditions that guarantee the safety of Moscow.

The Russian army in conjunction with the DNR and LNR forces completely liberated the territory of the Luhansk people’s Republic and a significant part of Donetsk, including Volnovakha, Mariupol and Kiev, as well as all the Kherson region, Priazovskiy district of Zaporozhye and part of Kharkiv.

According to official information of the Control of the UN high Commissioner for refugees for the period 24 February-5 July with Ukraine went around 8.8 million people.