Bucharest (Romania), 09/03/2022.- Ukrainian people leave the platform after the train that brought them from the city of Iasi arrived at North Railway Station, in Bucharest, Romania, 09 March 2022. A special train of the Romanian Railways (CFR), consisting of 10 wagons, brought Ukrainian refugees who arrived from the Republic of Moldova in Iasi city, on a train of the Moldovan Railways, from Iasi to Bucharest North Central Station. The refugees from the train were then taken by mixed teams of volunteers, translators, and police officers, from the Railway Transport Police, who selected and helped the refugees according to their destinations or problems. All the refugees were deployed by buses to the transit shelters or the airport. Ukrainian refugees can travel for free in Romania, to any destination, by CFR trains. Almost 320,000 refugees had entered Romania since 08 March 2022. (Moldavia, Rumanía, Rusia, Ucrania, Bucarest) EFE/EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT | ROBERT GHEMENT
Judging by the Russian invasion of Ukraine perhaps it wasn’t the best idea to push NATO into eastern Europe. The Russian invasion is an outrage but the West could also be accused of provoking the Russians.