Like every evening, the editorial staff of 23h de francinfo visits European news. It’s Eurozapping Tuesday 8 March.
The flag of Ukraine flies above 10 Downing Street. But at the same time, the British government has been challenged over the reception of Ukrainian refugees while Boris Johnson met with the Polish prime minister. Poland has taken in one million refugees. London has promised to take 200,000, but has so far issued only 300 visas. “It seems as if the government is putting the bureaucracy before compassion”Journalists at the BBC condemn Sally Nugen.
A giant telethon for Ukrainians in the Netherlands has raised 106 million euros. The government will contribute an additional 15 million euros to confirm this great generosity. Finally, in Switzerland, the hotel sector is concerned about the economic consequences of the conflict, for example, the ski resort of Crans-Montana, very popular with Russians.
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