Ukrainian refugees take shelter at Polish train stations as they flee war
Refugees and volunteers share their stories of the war in Ukraine at Przemysl train station in Poland. It comes as the number of those who have fled Ukraine reaches more than three million. Interviews with refugee Yana Syniavina, 26, at Przemysl train station in Poland. She speaks about her sadness at leaving her homeland and the long journey ahead of her to Austria, where she plans to stay with relatives. Second interview with: Caritas worker Natasza Bogacz, 34, who has been in Poland for several weeks assisting refugees. She was interviewed in the main hall of Przemysl station.