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Russia's attack on Ukraine.  Over a million refugees have been accepted into Poland

Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Over a million refugees have been accepted into Poland

The border guards announced, on Sunday evening, the arrival of more than one million refugees in Poland since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “This is a million human tragedy, a million people driven from their homes by war,” he wrote.

The latest data was published on the Border Guard Twitter account on Sunday around 20:30. “Today at 20.00 the number of people who fled from Ukraine to Poland exceeded one million” – responded.

We read: “This is a million human tragedy, a million people driven from their homes because of the war. A million people heard after crossing the border ‘You are safe’ from Border Police officers.”

How has the number of refugees changed? Border Patrol Data

SG’s previous post appeared on social media about 16. At that time it was reported that 964 thousand. People who fled from Ukraine to Poland were handled by border guards officers at border crossings.

On Sunday even at 3 pm from Ukraine, 81.4 thousand people came to Poland. people – male. Most people cross the border at Medica and Korchova (both crossings are in Podkarpacy district).

Earlier that day, border guards reported that 39.8 thousand people who crossed the Ukrainian-Polish border had been released by border guards as of 7 am on Sunday.

On Saturday, 129 thousand refugees arrived in Poland, and on Friday 106 thousand refugees.

tvn24.pl special site: TVN24 УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Volunteers on the situation of refugees who come to PolandTVN24

According to the data of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, most of the people who come to Poland are citizens of Ukraine. There are also Poles fleeing the war, as well as citizens of Uzbekistan, Belarus, India, Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States, and Russia.

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Refugees from Ukraine

Currently, there are 27 information points in Poland, where Ukrainian citizens can receive any information about help that they can count on in our country.

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According to the data of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, most of the people who come to Poland are citizens of Ukraine. There are also Poles fleeing the war, as well as citizens of Uzbekistan, Belarus, India, Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States, and Russia.

Sunday is the eleventh day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24.

Russia’s attack on Ukraine – watch the special program on TVN24

Main image source: PAP / Wojtek Jargiło