More than 120,000 Ukrainian refugees leving the country since Russia started its assault on its adjoining country this week, the United Nations outcast organization said Saturday.
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The situation was expected to deteriorate, the U.N. Representative High Commissioner for Refugees, Kelly Clements, said.
“We currently see more than 120,000 Ukrainian refugees that have gone to the adjoining nations as a whole,” she said. “The gathering that they are getting from neighborhood networks, from nearby specialists, is colossal. In any case, it’s a unique circumstance. We are actually very crushed, clearly, with what’s to come.”
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Most are going to Poland and Moldova, yet additionally, to Romania, Slovakia, and Hungary, the U.N. said.
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