Poland: About 10 million refugees have crossed the Ukrainian border since the beginning of the war Poland: About 10 million refugees have crossed the Ukrainian border since the beginning of the war

Poland: About 10 million refugees have crossed the Ukrainian border since the beginning of the war

Poland: About 10 million refugees have crossed the Ukrainian border since the beginning of the war The Polish Border Guard announced in a tweet on Twitter, Monday, that the number of refugees who crossed from Ukraine to Poland has exceeded 9.5 million since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, of whom 7 million and 660 thousand left the country.  More than 9.5 million refugees have crossed from Ukraine into Poland since the start of the Russo-Ukrainian war.  And the Polish Border Guard announced in a tweet on Twitter, Monday, that 22,700 people entered the country from Ukraine during yesterday only.  He explained that the number of people who crossed from Ukraine to Poland has reached 9,510,000 since the start of the war until today.  He reported that the total number of Ukrainians who left Poland reached 7,660,000.   On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine, and to end it requires Kyiv's abandonment of plans to join military entities, which the latter considers an "interference" in its sovereignty.

The Polish Border Guard announced in a tweet on Twitter, Monday, that the number of refugees who crossed from Ukraine to Poland has exceeded 9.5 million since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, of whom 7 million and 660 thousand left the country.

More than 9.5 million refugees have crossed from Ukraine into Poland since the start of the Russo-Ukrainian war.

And the Polish Border Guard announced in a tweet on Twitter, Monday, that 22,700 people entered the country from Ukraine during yesterday only.

He explained that the number of people who crossed from Ukraine to Poland has reached 9,510,000 since the start of the war until today.

He reported that the total number of Ukrainians who left Poland reached 7,660,000.


On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine, and to end it requires Kyiv's abandonment of plans to join military entities, which the latter considers an "interference" in its sovereignty.

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