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Prince Charles Visits Ukrainian Refugee Center In Romania, Calls It A ‘Nightmare Situation’

Prince Charles is seeing things first hand. There are new reports that say Charles is quite concerned about the ongoing situation in Ukraine as he recently called the ongoing refugee crisis a “nightmare situation” during a visit to a refugee center in Romania. Here’s what you need to know.

According to reports, The Prince of Wales has spoken about the “nightmare situation” in Ukraine while visiting refugees who fled their homeland on a visit to Romania. Charles was joined by distant relative Margareta, head of the Romanian royal family, for the unannounced trip to a donation center for refugees in Bucharest.

Prince Charles Visits Ukrainian Refugee Center In Romania, Calls It A ‘Nightmare Situation’

More than a million Ukrainians have crossed the border into Romania since the Russian invasion in February and the nation has had to quickly adapt to deal with the needs of the displaced.

His visit marks the first time a senior royal has visited the region since the war in Ukraine began. Speaking through an interpreter, the prince told a group of Ukrainian families: “We feel for Ukraine, a nightmare situation. Keep praying.” Charles also said, “I’m full of admiration for the Ukrainian people.”

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been calling for “total help” from other countries as Russian forces continue to advance in the eastern region of Ukraine amid Moscow’s ongoing invasion of the country.

What’s more, Zelensky has stressed Ukraine’s need for aid from other countries, saying that Russian forces have significantly more equipment and soldiers than Ukraine in some places and adding that Moscow’s “desire to fight still remains.”

“The Armed Forces of Ukraine, our intelligence and all those who defend the state are resisting the extremely fierce offensive of Russian troops in the east. In some areas, the enemy is substantially superior in terms of equipment, number of soldiers,” Zelensky said. “The Russian authorities have made an illustrative decision — they have allowed to hire older people for contract service. That is, they no longer have enough young people, but the desire to fight still remains.”

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