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Ukrainian refugees on Glasgow cruise ship to be rehomed

Ukrainian refugees living on an Ambassador Cruise Line ship in Glasgow are to be rehomed as the Scottish government's contract with the vessel comes to an end.






Ukrainian refugees living on an Ambassador Cruise Line ship in Glasgow are to be rehomed as the Scottish government's contract with the vessel comes to an end.

The MS Ambition has been home to about 1,170 people, including 420 children since September last year.

The Scottish government said the ship was contracted from the cruise line on a short-term basis and this will end on 31 March.

The contract for a second ship, the MS Victoria I docked in Edinburgh, has been extended by five months.

The Scottish government said it was working closely with Glasgow City Council... More on BBC News


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Ukrainian refugees on Glasgow cruise ship to be rehomed

Ukrainian refugees living on an Ambassador Cruise Line ship in Glasgow are to be rehomed as the Scottish government's contract with the vessel comes to an end.






Ukrainian refugees living on an Ambassador Cruise Line ship in Glasgow are to be rehomed as the Scottish government's contract with the vessel comes to an end.

The MS Ambition has been home to about 1,170 people, including 420 children since September last year.

The Scottish government said the ship was contracted from the cruise line on a short-term basis and this will end on 31 March.

The contract for a second ship, the MS Victoria I docked in Edinburgh, has been extended by five months.

The Scottish government said it was working closely with Glasgow City Council... More on BBC News


 



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