Useful contacts for those coming from Ukraine

With the start of the war in Ukraine, we want to help the war refugees arriving in Lithuania, so we share relevant information that will help to know the most important things upon the arrival.

Relevant information

Embassy of Ukraine in Lithuania

Website: https://ua.mfa.lt

Address: Teatro g.4, Vilnius

Email address: emb_lt@mfa.gov.ua

Tel. No.: +370 5 212 1536

Vilnius City Municipality

Website:  www.vilnius.lt

Address: Konstitucijos pr. 3, Vilnius

Email address: pagalbaukrainai@vilnius.lt

Tel. No.: 1664

 

Migration Department

Website: www.migracija.lrv.lt

https://migracija.lrv.lt/lt/naudinga-informacija/ukraina-ukrayina-ukraina-ukraine

Migration Department hotline: +370 5 271 7112 (7.30-21 every day)

 

General information on life in Lithuania: https://www.renkuosilietuva.lt/

Information on child rights: https://vaikoteises.lt/

Relevant information of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania: ltua.lt

Accommodation

Strong Together (accommodation services for the citizens of Ukraine and their family members)

Website: https://stipruskartu.lt/

24-hour hotline for accommodation issues: 1827 or +370 677 22222

Email: mes@stipruskartu.lt

 

Medical care institutions

https://www.medicina.lt/lt 

https://www.nvi.lt

https://sam.lrv.lt

https://pola.lt

https://www.manodaktaras.lt/klinika/

https://www.pylimas.lt/

https://www.vmkl.lt/

https://www.karpol.lt/

 

Humanitarian aid

Lithuanian Red Cross (humanitarian aid, information for family reunion)

Website: https://redcross.lt

Email: info@redcross.lt

Tel. No.: +370 5 212 7332

Caritas of Vilnius Archdiocese (humanitarian aid)

Website: www.caritas.lt

Address: Odminų g. 12, Vilnius

Email: kulturunamai@vilnius.caritas.lt

Tel. No.: +370 673 24 225

 

Save the Children (assistance for children and pregnant women)

Address: Vytenio g. 39, Vilnius

Email: informacija@savethechildren.org

Website: https://gelbekitvaikus.lt/

Tel. No.: +370 5 261 0815

Maltese Aid Service (humanitarian aid)

Website: https://maltieciai.lt

Address: Gedimino per. 56 B, Vilnius

Tel. No.: +370 5 249 73

 

Food Bank (Assistance with food)

Website: https://www.maistobankas.lt/

Address: Vytenio g. 54, Vilnius

Email: info@maistobankas.lt

Tel. No.: +370 686 44244

Work in Lithuania – Employment Service

https://uzt.lt/ua/

https://uzt.lt/ua/

 

Studies and learning in Lithuania

www.studyin.lt

https://svietimas.vilnius.lt/

 

Transport

https://www.autobusubilietai.lt/ 

https://www.vilniausviesasistransportas.lt/

https://bolt.eu/lt/

https://www.uber.com/lt/lt/

https://www.taxi.lt/

https://www.traukiniobilietas.lt/portal/

https://www.kautra.lt/

 

Translation services:

https://www.okas.lt/

www.vertimonamai.lt

http://magistrai.lt/

 

С началом войны в Украине мы хотим помочь военным беженцам, прибывающим в Литву, поэтому делимся актуальной информацией, которая поможет им по прибытии.

 

Актуальная информация

Посольство Украины в Литве

Сайт: https://ua.mfa.lt

Адрес: Вильнюс, ул. Театро, 4

Эл. почта: emb_lt@mfa.gov.ua

Тел.: +370 5 212 1536

 

Вильнюсское городское самоуправление

Сайт:  www.vilnius.lt

Адрес: Вильнюс, пр. Конституцийос, 3

Эл. почта: pagalbaukrainai@vilnius.lt

Тел.: 1664

Департамент миграции

Сайт: www.migracija.lrv.lt

https://migracija.lrv.lt/lt/naudinga-informacija/ukraina-ukrayina-ukraina-ukraine

«Горячая линия» Департамента миграции:: +370 5 271 7112 (7.30-21 час. ежедневно)

 

Общая информация о проживании в Литве: https://www.renkuosilietuva.lt/

Информация о правах ребенка: https://vaikoteises.lt/

Актуальная информация Правительства Литовской Республики: ltua.lt

 

Размещение

Stiprūs kartu («Сильные вместе») (Оказываются услуги по размещению гражданам Украины и членам их семей)

Сайт: https://stipruskartu.lt/

«Горячая линия» по расселению, действующая круглосуточно: 1827 или +370 677 22222

Эл. почта: mes@stipruskartu.lt

 

Медицинские учреждения

https://www.medicina.lt/lt 

https://www.nvi.lt

https://sam.lrv.lt

https://pola.lt

https://www.manodaktaras.lt/klinika/

https://www.pylimas.lt/

https://www.vmkl.lt/

https://www.karpol.lt/

 

Гуманитарная помощь

Литовский Красный Крест (гуманитарная помощь, информация, восстановление семейных связей)

Сайт: https://redcross.lt

Эл. почта: info@redcross.lt

Тел.: +370 5 212 7332

 

Каритас Вильнюсской Архиепископии (Гуманитарная помощь)

Сайт: www.caritas.lt

Адрес: Вильнюс, ул. Одминю, 12

Эл. почта: kulturunamai@vilnius.caritas.lt

Тел.: +370 673 24 225

Спасем детей (Помощь детям и беременным женщинам)

Адрес: Вильнюс, ул. Витянио, 39

Эл. почта: informacija@savethechildren.org

Сайт: https://gelbekitvaikus.lt/

Тел.: +370 5 261 0815

 

Служба поддержки Мальтийского ордена (гуманитарная помощь)

Сайт: https://maltieciai.lt

Адрес: Вильнюс, пр. Гедимино, 56 Б,

Тел.: +370 5 249 73

 

Продовольственный банк (помощь продуктами)

Сайт: https://www.maistobankas.lt/

Адрес: Вильнюс, ул. Витянио, 54

Эл. почта: info@maistobankas.lt

Тел.: +370 686 44244

Работа в Литве – Служба занятости

https://uzt.lt/ua/

https://uzt.lt/ua/

www.scobo.lt

 

Учеба в Литве

www.studyin.lt

https://svietimas.vilnius.lt/

 

Транспорт

https://www.autobusubilietai.lt/

https://www.vilniausviesasistransportas.lt/

https://bolt.eu/lt/

https://www.uber.com/lt/lt/

https://www.taxi.lt/

https://www.traukiniobilietas.lt/portal/

https://www.kautra.lt/

Услуги по переводу

https://www.okas.lt/

www.vertimonamai.lt

http://magistrai.lt/

 

 

 

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