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Putin’s Ukraine Invasion Sparks A Major Humanitarian Crisis

Four million Ukrainians flee to neighboring countries.

Europe is dealing with a fleeing population, the likes of which it has not witnessed since the Second World War.

The Numbers

According to UNHCR numbers, as of 30th March 2022, five weeks since Russia invaded Ukraine, 4,137,842 Ukrainians have crossed into neighboring countries as they fled the war. Considering that Ukraine's population was about 41.1 million before the Russian attack, about 10.1% of the Ukrainian people are now refugees. These are just the official figures of those who have crossed at official checkpoints and border crossings.

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