Assuming that >>3607
is not trolling, only a person out of touch with reality could make a point so grossly exaggerated.
One of the reasons we feel so involved in aiding you folks is that we've been invaded and occupied ourselves countless times throughout history. Once, we've been partitioned by several foreign powers and ceased to exist as a sovereign nation for over a century. True, it all left us a lot of martyrology and messiah complex (sometimes we behave like idiots because of this) but I guess it also made us relate to your struggle so much.
I admit people will be people, hospitality gets tiresome in the long run everywhere, but you bet we won't get "tired" of it as long as the war rages on, the entire World is watching, and we hear all those tragic news on daily basis.
>maybe not genocide like in 1943
Sorry to say this, but again, you must be really out of touch with reality if you're expecting anything even remotely COMPARABLE to "genocide".
Unless you live in, I dunno, some remote town somewhere in Lower Silesia, you should've been aware we've had a sizeable Ukrainian diaspora for (at least) over a decade now, and apart from the few occasional cries of "Muh immigrants stealing jobs" and "Muh Wołyń" (which does not even APPROACH your "social unrest") it was always well integrated. There was hardly any conflict at all, as far as I'm concerned.
Some refugees I spoke to said they're planning to return home as soon as the war ends. Allegedly a lot of people already did so, despite the danger. It's not like they went here on a vacation, you know. Our own Sybiraks didn't go East for "winter holidays" either.