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Ukrainian refugee children Varvara Koslovska, 8, brother Platon Koslovskyi, 5, and cousin Ivan Koslovskyi, 9, pose with scooters donated by parents at their new primary school on the outskirts of Dublin. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Handout by Tatyana Koslovska

Platon Koslovskyi, 5, sister Varvara Koslovska, 8, and cousins Ivan Koslovskyi, 9, and Egor Koslovskyi, 7, stand outside their new school on the outskirts of Dublin with a poster thanking everyone for their warm welcome. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Handout by Tatyana Koslovska

Ukrainian refugee Varvara, 8, attends the St Patrick’s Day Parade with her uncle Andriy Koslovskyi in the Irish capital Dublin on March 17, 2022. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Handout by Tatyana Koslovska