When I write this article, only two weeks have passed since February the 24th, and the population of my hometown, Krakow, has risen by more than 10 percent (unbelievable that it’s just two weeks).
Since the second World War, no other European country has received more refugees in such a short time. After just 14 days the refugees have reached 1,5 million people only in my country.
I am happy that we managed to take part in the summit before the bloody dictator started his evil actions in Ukraine. Now it is time for action. I do not know when there will be another time for proper reflection, but the issues discussed during A Week of Neighbors were woven into what is our new reality. I picked three crucial points for you that we can learn and take with us from the A World of Neighbors summit.