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Warsaw is welcoming Ukrainian refugees and providing accommodation, education and healthcare, but the city’s services are being stretched, the mayor of the Polish capital has said.

Rafal Trzaskowski told BBC World Newss Kasia Madera that the European Union and United Nations needed to help create a relocation system for refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine.

Mr Trzaskowski said that they would help all Ukrainian refugees who come to Poland and to the city but in order to be effective, it has to be done with help from other countries.

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