More than 60,000 Ukrainian refugees arrive in Russia in three days | News
Around 62,000 refugees from the eastern region of Ukraine, Donbas, where the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Luhansk are located, and other areas of Ukraine, arrived in Russia between June 11 and 13, Russian national sources reported Tuesday. .
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In the period covered, the arrival in Russia of 61,960 refugees is recorded, of which 17,390 did so in the course of the last day.
In this sense, the statistics reveal a total of 1,845,316 refugees who entered Russian territory since the start of the special military operation in Ukraine.
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At the same time, it is reported that of the total, approximately 295,000 are minors who entered after the opening of the evacuation of the civilian population through humanitarian corridors.
Russia has confirmed the opening of more than 9,500 temporary reception centers where they are given specialized care, and then provide accommodation and employment, as well as economic aid.
On the other hand, the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) assured that Poland is the largest recipient of Ukrainian refugees accounting for approximately 3.5 million people.
In line with this, UNHCR has implemented the Regional Inter-Agency Refugee Response Plan, which coordinates the support of 87 partners to Poland.