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Countries With Most Ukrainian Refugees

Can you name the countries who have received the most Ukrainians since the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
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Last updated: December 4, 2022
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Number
Answer
2.852 million
Russia
1.469 million
Poland
1.008 million
Germany
448 thousand
Czech Republic
171 thousand
Italy
145 thousand
Turkey
144 thousand
Spain
Number
Answer
138 thousand
United Kingdom
118 thousand
France
99 thousand
Slovakia
95 thousand
Moldova
87 thousand
Romania
85 thousand
Austria
77 thousand
Bulgaria
Number
Answer
76 thousand
Netherlands
68 thousand
Switzerland
63 thousand
Lithuania
61 thousand
Estonia
58 thousand
Belgium
52 thousand
Portugal
46 thousand
Ireland
7 Comments
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Level 66
Dec 4, 2022
2.853 million people: I just had a great idea! Let's escape the Russians by going INTO Russia!
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Level 69
Dec 4, 2022
Now why in the world why they go into Russia?

Can I check the source?

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Level 66
Dec 4, 2022
I thought the exact same thing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022_Ukrainian_refugee_crisis#Countries

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Level 69
Dec 4, 2022
Huh. At first I thought it would be some random site, but the UN? Just adds to the mystery.
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Level 66
Dec 4, 2022
That is quite strange. That's like escaping a house fire by running towards the flames.
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Level 82
Dec 5, 2022
Many of them were forced to by Russians, or given no other option as other escape corridors were not open. Many did so because Russia was the closest bordering country or the easiest to get to. Many chose to do so because they were ethnic Russians or Russian-speaking Ukrainians who bought in to the BS of Russian state propaganda.
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Level 66
Dec 5, 2022
Thanks for explaining, Kal!