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Florida Man opens doors of 150-room hotel to Ukrainian refugees


Several people around the world have come forward to help Ukrainians who are desperately fleeing their war-torn country. One such person is 36-year-old Avi Rosner, who has decided to offer his hotel in Florida, USA to serve as housing for Ukrainian refugees.

He said that if the Joe Biden administration would allow Ukrainian citizens to enter the US, he will be more than happy to help them. Rosner further stated that his 156-room hotel has been unoccupied since 2015 and can shelter more than 300 people.

“Right now the world is coming together to see justice take place and giving charity will bring all of us closer to that goal,” he told The Sun. “This is my form of charity.”

Rosner, who had moved to the Czech Republic with his fiancée a few years ago, originally hails from New York. He was in the business of buying and renovating hotels in The Sunshine State before he moved out of the US.

He says that he has been unable to find a buyer for the property, and that he wants to offer the place rent-free to Ukrainians before he finally sells it or decides to do something else with it.