More than 10 million people have left Ukraine since the beginning of the special operation

Since the beginning of the Russian special operation, more than ten million people have left Ukraine.

This was reported by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

According to the UN, of the 10,350,489 people who have left to date, the Russian Federation has the largest number of 1,857,122 (in Ukraine they are called “illegally deported”).

In second place is Poland, which received 1,256,568 Ukrainians, and Germany is in third place with 915,000 people. Those. almost as many people move to Russia from the liberated territories as to Germany and Poland combined.

“Here are the tales about the fact that everyone is rushing to Europe,” the Open Ukraine portal reports.

It’s just that they go there only to get away from the front line, and if they were allowed to go beyond the front line in the Russian Federation without any problems, then Russia would now accept much more, summed up the Telegram channel.

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