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Amidst the war in Ukraine, 2.5 million people have been forced to flee so far, claims UN

Ukraine Russia War: The fierce war between Russia and Ukraine continues. On Saturday, the 17th day of the war, Russian soldiers are targeting different cities of Ukraine. The Russian army is rapidly moving towards the country’s capital, Kyiv. Schools and hospitals are being targeted. Three people have lost their lives in an attack on a hospital by Russian troops in Mariupol. In many cities, people are buried under the rubble after the bombing. Meanwhile, there is an atmosphere of fear and fear among the people living in Ukraine. In the midst of the war, a large number of people are fleeing from there. After reaching the neighboring countries of Ukraine, people are looking for their place to live. The United Nations believes that about 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine so far.

25 million people flee Ukraine

According to the UN refugee agency, at least 2.5 million Ukrainians have fled the country since Russia launched a full-scale offensive on February 24. According to the UN refugee agency, this figure can increase significantly. An estimated 4 million people may be forced to leave Ukraine and seek refuge in other countries. The United Nations estimates that at least 1.85 million people are internally displaced within Ukraine. People from Ukraine are looking for asylum in neighboring countries. In many other countries including Poland, Hungary, Romania, people are forced to migrate.

People of Ukraine are taking refuge in neighboring country

According to the UN Refugee Agency, Poland has supported Ukrainian refugees. About 15 lakh refugees have reached here. The government has set up welcome centres. Apart from this, many charitable organizations are involved in the effort of aid on a large scale. According to statistics, there are about 2.5 million refugees in Hungary. Which is about 9 percent of the total people who were forced to flee from Ukraine. At the same time, about 84 thousand refugees from Ukraine are now in Romania. At present, Russian troops are constantly targeting different cities of Ukraine. People continue to migrate to other countries.

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