Number of Ukrainian refugees reaches 1.5 million – POLITICO

The number of Ukrainians fleeing the war to neighboring countries has reached 1.5 million in 10 days, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees announced on Sunday.

“10 days. 1.5 million people. This is now the fastest growing refugee crisis since World War II. In the coming days, millions more lives will be uprooted, unless ‘there is an immediate end to this senseless conflict,’ the agency said. tweeted.

The majority of refugees have fled to neighboring Poland, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and other European Union countries, as well as to Moldova and Russia.

Last week, the EU agreed to grant immediate protection to Ukrainians fleeing the war, including the instant right to live and work within the bloc, and also offer them access to social services such as housing and medical care.

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