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Poland welcomes 3.38 million refugees from Ukraine: officials

15.05.2022 09:50
Poland has taken in 3.38 million refugees fleeing Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the Polish Border Guard agency reported on Sunday.
Refugees from war-torn Ukraine at a train station in Przemyśl, southeastern Poland.
Refugees from war-torn Ukraine at a train station in Przemyśl, southeastern Poland.Photo: PAP/Darek Delmanowicz

"Since February 24, a total of 3,383,000 people have crossed into Poland from Ukraine," it said in a tweet.

On Friday, around 22,900 refugees from Ukraine arrived in the country, compared with 21,200 a day earlieraccording to the Polish Border Guard.

While most of those crossing the border are Ukrainian nationals, there are also citizens of many other countries among the refugees, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency has reported, citing the foreign ministry in Warsaw.

Poland in March enacted a measure to offer wide-ranging support to Ukrainians escaping the Russian invasion of their country, which began on February 24.

The measure grants them residence rights and ensures access to educationhealthcare and social benefits.

Around 91 percent of Poles are in favour of accepting refugees from war-torn Ukraine, according to a survey.

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Source: PAP