Round 90 % of them are ladies and youngsters, it added.
Of those that have left, 2.2 million have fled for neighbouring Poland, whereas greater than half one million have made it to Romania. Practically 300,000 have gone to Russia.
Earlier than the disaster started a month in the past, EU member Poland was residence to round 1.5 million Ukrainians.
In whole, greater than 10 million individuals — over 1 / 4 of the inhabitants in areas underneath authorities management earlier than the February 24 invasion — at the moment are thought to have fled their properties, together with practically 6.5 million who’re internally displaced.
Ukraine’s refugee disaster is Europe’s worst since World Conflict II.
The UN kids’s company, UNICEF, stated Thursday that 4.3 million kids — greater than half of Ukraine’s estimated 7.5-million youngster inhabitants — had been pressured to go away their properties.
It places at some 1.5 million the variety of these kids who’ve turn into refugees, whereas one other 2.5 million are displaced inside their war-ravaged nation, it stated.
The quantity leaving day by day has fallen effectively beneath 100,000 per day, and even 50,000 in latest days, whilst residing circumstances in Ukraine worsen.
The figures don’t embrace residents of neighbouring states who’ve left Ukraine to return residence.
Here’s a breakdown of which neighbouring nations Ukrainian refugees have headed to, as of Sunday afternoon. Russia’s determine pertains to finish Tuesday:
– Poland – Six out of 10 Ukrainian refugees — 2,267,103 to this point — have crossed into Poland, based on UNHCR.
Many individuals who cross into Ukraine’s speedy western neighbours proceed on to different states in Europe’s Schengen open-borders zone.
Many are additionally getting into the other way. Border guards stated earlier within the week that some 274,000 individuals have left Poland for Ukraine for the reason that warfare started.
– Romania – Some 586,942 Ukrainians have entered EU member state Romania, together with a big quantity who’ve crossed over from Moldova, wedged between Romania and Ukraine.
The overwhelming majority are thought to have gone on to different nations.
– Moldova – The Moldovan border is the closest to the foremost port metropolis of Odessa.
UNHCR stated 381,395 Ukrainians had crossed into the non-EU state, one of many poorest in Europe.
To cut back congestion, organised convoys depart day by day from the Palanca crossing for Romania, with probably the most susceptible prioritised for switch.
– Hungary – Some 349,107 Ukrainians have entered Hungary, based on UNHCR.
– Russia – Some 271,254 refugees have sought shelter in Russia, based on UNHCR figures final up to date on March 22.
As well as, 113,000 individuals had crossed into Russia from the separatist-held pro-Russian areas of Donetsk and Lugansk in japanese Ukraine between February 21 and 23.
– Slovakia – Some 272,012 individuals have crossed Ukraine’s shortest border into Slovakia.
– Belarus – Some 6,341 refugees have made it north to shut Russia ally Belarus.