Germany: Commissioner urges more aid for Roma in Ukraine | News | DW

Germany’s Federal Government Commissioner for Antziganism, Mehmet Daimagüler, called on Berlin Friday to ensure that aid to Ukraine reaches the country’s Roma community. 

He said that Romani people face discrimination in Ukraine, particularly in regards to education and health care. 

Many Romani people are stateless, often making it more difficult for them to seek asylum protection than other refugees. Illiteracy is also common in the Roma community, meaning that vital information often does not reach the minority group. 

Daimagüler said the German government should work more closely with minority organizations to better help Roma who have been forced to flee the Ukraine war.        

He also emphasized that German assistance should be given to Roma people in Ukraine who…

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