More than 4.1 million refugees since the beginning of the Russian invasion

Refugee flow from De Ukraine Slow but continued. Ordered by the Russian President from the beginning of the invasion Vladimir PutinMore than 4.1 million Ukrainians have fled their country.

The refugees were “forced to flee for their lives. Forced to leave their homes. Forced to leave their families. This tragedy must end,” he said. High Commissioner for Refugees. From March 22, flow Refugees Significantly reduced to 40,000 columns daily.

6.5 million have been internally displaced

In total, more than ten million people, a quarter of the population, had to flee their homes and seek refuge across the border or elsewhere in Ukraine to seek refuge in neighboring countries. L’ON The number of internally displaced persons is estimated at approximately 6.5 million.

The High Commissioner for Refugees listed exactly 4,102,876 Ukrainian refugees on its dedicated website at 12 noon on Thursday (French time). These are 43.771 higher than the previous score on Thursday. It has not seen the arrival of refugees in Europe since then World War II. 90% of those who left Ukraine were women and children.

Many children running

According to UNICEF, There are about two million children among the survivors. The organization also estimates that more than half of the country’s 7.5 million children are internally displaced or refugees.

About 204,000 non-Ukrainians have also fled the country and sometimes face difficulties in returning to their home country. Prior to the conflict, more than 37 million people lived in areas under Ukraine’s control. Kiev – So not included Crimea (Southern) annexed by Russia in 2014, or eastern areas controlled by pro-Russian separatists since the same year.

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Warsaw in the front row

The Poland More than half of all refugees who have fled Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion are here alone. Six out of 10 Ukrainian refugees entered Poland. Since February 24, 2,384,814 of them have entered Poland, according to UNHCR accounts as of March 31.

According to UNICEF, half (1.1 million) are children. The second is coming Romania As of March 31, 623,627 people had visited. Many refugees, however, decide to leave as soon as they are safe.

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