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Nearly 2.1 million Ukrainian refugees arrive in Poland

20.03.2022 18:30
Almost 2.1 million Ukrainian refugees, mostly children and women, have arrived in Poland since 24 February, the day the Russian invasion of Ukraine started.
Volunteers helping Ukrainian refugees at the Central Railway Station in Katowice,  southern Poland, on 19 March.
Volunteers helping Ukrainian refugees at the Central Railway Station in Katowice, southern Poland, on 19 March.PAP/Zbigniew Meissner

The Polish border guard said in a Twitter post that 2,093,997 Ukrainians have fled to neighbouring Poland.

The numbers of Ukrainian refugees crossing the Polish border have slightly dropped in recent days, the border guard said.

Poland’s president a week ago signed into law a wide-ranging package of support for Ukrainians escaping the Russian invasion of their country.

The measure grants them legal stay in Poland for the period of 18 months and ensures access to education, family assistance, childcare allowance and multiple social care handouts.


Source: IAR