Polish Border Guard Numbers 2.66 Million People from Ukraine

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, 2.66 million people have fled to Poland. According to the Polish border guard, 28,500 people entered the country on Sunday, slightly less than on Saturday.


About 19,400 people also returned to Ukraine on Sunday. These were mainly Ukrainian citizens, according to Poland.

At first, it was mainly men who wanted to fight against Russia, but now there are more and more women and children. This often concerns people who live in areas where the Russian military has left.

It is not known how many of the 2.66 million people are still in Poland, as the numbers are not officially recorded. So many people have returned, and Ukrainians have also travelled on to other EU countries.

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