5 million people flee Ukraine: UN

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International Desk: More than 5 million people have fled the country since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, an Eastern European country. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said in a statement on Friday (April 15th). According to the United Nations, Europe is facing its biggest refugee crisis since World War II. According to the UNHCR, 47,096,245 Ukrainians have left the country since February 24. Six out of 10 people have left Ukraine since the war began. And about two lakh 15 thousand citizens of the third world have also fled to the neighboring countries. So far, more than 2.6 million Ukrainians have fled to neighboring Poland. In addition, more than 725,000 Ukrainian refugees have taken refuge in Romania. According to the UNHCR, about 645,000 Ukrainians left Ukraine in February. About a million people left Ukraine in March and more than 760,000 so far in April. Ninety percent of those who have fled are women and children

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