Jill Biden is coming to Romania this week, to meet with Ukrainian refugees

First Lady Jill Biden will visit Romania and Slovakia on May 5-9 to meet with U.S. services and embassy staff, as well as Ukrainian refugee parents and children, humanitarian workers and teachers, her office announced on Monday.

Jill Biden will visit the Mihail Kogălniceanu base, where she will meet with members of the United States military service. In the evening, she will leave for Bucharest.

The U.S. First Lady will meet with members of the Romanian Government, US embassy staff, humanitarian aid workers, and teachers who help Ukrainian refugee children to integrate into a stable and secure school environment.

She will then travel to Bratislava, Slovakia, where she will meet with US embassy staff. Sunday, May 8 – Jill Biden will travel to Kosice and Vysne Nemecke, Slovakia to meet with refugees, humanitarian aid workers and Slovaks who support families seeking refuge during this crisis. Monday, May 9 – Jill Biden will meet with members of the Slovak government before leaving for the United States.

On Friday, May 6, the First Lady will visit Mihail Kogalniceau Airbase in Romania, where she will meet with United States military service members. In the evening, the First Lady will travel to Bucharest, Romania. 

On Saturday, May 7, the First Lady will meet with members of the Government of Romania, U.S. embassy staff, humanitarian aid workers, as well as educators who are helping teach displaced Ukrainian children and incorporate them into a stable and safe school environment. She will then travel to Bratislava, Slovakia to meet with U.S. embassy staff.

On Sunday, May 8, the First Lady will travel to Kosice and Vysne Nemecke, Slovakia to meet with refugees, humanitarian aid workers, and local Slovaks who are supporting families who have sought refuge in Slovakia during this crisis.

On Monday, May 9, the First Lady will meet with members of the Government of Slovakia before departing for the United States,” says a press release by the White House.

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