Nearly 680,000 people fled Ukraine following the attack by Russia invasion with the number planned for rise Even further.
“The number of people who fled Ukraine to neighboring countries countries reached 677,000”, Filippo Grandi, who heads the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR), said on Twitter.
UNHCR predicted on Tuesday that more more than 4 millions of Ukrainian refugees could possibly need protection and help in next to countries.
“We are looking at what could become the biggest refugee crisis in Europe this century“, said Grandi.
The European Union’s crisis management commissioner said the figure could be as high as 7 millions.
Over 37 millions people lived under the Kyiv government control before last weeks invasion.
More … than half of those who fled Ukraine went to Poland.
UNHCR said on Tuesday that 377,400 people had done it, with waiting refugees up at 60 hours to cross the border. Most arrivals are women and children from all sides of Ukraine.
Polish border guards said on Sunday that 90% of those who arrived were put up by friends or parentsbut that the reception centers were also to be set up near the border.
Poland was already home to 1.5 million Ukrainians before theinvasion of Russia.
The Poles are mobilizing with offers of accommodation, moneyclothing and work for the new Arrivals.
Some 89,561 people have so far moved from Ukraine to Hungary, UNHCR said.
Several border towns such as Zahony have set up public buildings as reception centres, with ordinary people donation of food and clothing, the interior ministry said.
Arrivals are regular and waiting times vary, with ordinary Hungarians, local authorities and humanitarian agencies providing help.
UNHCR reported that 65,391 people had fled Ukraine and were now in Moldova.
it takes 24 hours cover the 60 kilometers (37 miles) between the grand Ukrainian port city of Odessa and the Moldovan border.
An airlift from Dubai is planned for arrive on Wednesday bringing more emergency supplies for refugees.
UNHCR said 54,304 people crossed Ukraine’s shortest border into Slovakia.
“The government maintains an open and welcoming space policy towards the refugees, and quickly changed asylum laws help fast- follow asylum procedures,” the agency said.
The agency added that 38,461 people who fled were now in Romania.
There are queues of up at 20 hours to cross the border.
“Local communities generously help with transportation and accommodation, while private companies pay for hotels,” UNHCR said.
Numerous people are passing through the Siret in the northwhere a camp was set up the length of with a second site near Marmatiei.
Romanians have adopted social media organize donations of food and clothing.
More than 300 people had crossed from Ukraine to Belarus, UNHCR said as a number of people moved from eastern Ukraine to Russia.
The UNHCR does not have figures for Numbers of people who crossed Ukraine’s longest border, although it is considered important.
The UN refugee agency said on Tuesday that around 51,800 of those who had fled Ukraine to neighboring countries countries had already moved to other European states.
Grandi said the refugees head for established Ukrainian communities in other countries, with several thousands already in the Czech Republic.
Karolina Lindholm Billing, the UNHCR representative in Ukraine, estimated that one million people had been internally displaced by the Russians invasion.
She warned that the agency still did not have reliable figures.