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Ukrainians in Japan called thieves for refusing to pay for education

Ukrainian students at a language school in Japan refused to pay for their studies. As a result, the school principal referred to these students as thieves and “refugee aristocrats”.

Some of the Ukrainians reportedly refused to pay for their education, saying they were being asked to pay for a so-called free period. Information provided by local media.

“Some of the Ukrainian students objected to the tuition fees at the language school and said the school was charging fees for a period that they had initially been told was free,” the newspaper informs.

However, the president of this language school is said to have apologized for his words. And the local authorities where the school is located – Gunma Prefecture – have made recommendations to improve the management system.

Earlier, authorities in some cantons started giving instructions to refugees in Switzerland to sell their cars. As noted, this initiative is the need for refugees to sell the vehicle, so as not to be left without Swiss social benefits.

Currently, 141 Ukrainian refugees with a vehicle are officially registered in Lucerne alone. Of this number, 132 people received social assistance in February.

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