The number of refugees arriving from Ukraine in European countries is already about 5 million; in the near future, this number will double, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolai Patrushev said in an interview with the Rossiyskaya Gazeta on April 26.
Patrushev noted that most Ukrainians arriving in Europe are quite demanding in terms of hospitality, comfort and the level of support they receive from their hosts.
According to the secretary of the Security Council, once in a safe environment, refugees often refuse to work in order to feed themselves. If they are forced to do so, Ukrainians begin to express their discontent in various forms.
At the same time, Ukrainian criminals, who have fled the country taking advantage of the moment, make certain efforts to occupy the corresponding niches and even gain control over local criminal communities. This, according to Nikolai Patrushev, poses an objective threat to security in Europe.
“Such a widespread business as trafficking in orphans taken from Ukraine for subsequent illegal adoption in Europe will also get a new breath,” the secretary of the Security Council stressed.
“The West has already encountered a revival of the shadow market for the purchase of human organs from socially vulnerable segments of the Ukrainian population for illegal transplant operations for European patients,” Patrushev said.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency