Mapped: Where Ukrainian refugees are fleeing to
More than 2.8 million refugees have fled Ukraine since Russia launched its unprovoked invasion, according to UN refugee agency data on Monday.
By the numbers: The majority — over 1.7 million — have fled to Poland, while more than 255,000 have crossed into Hungary.
- Over 204,800 have arrived in Slovakia, more than 84,000 in Romania and 106,000 in Moldova.
- More than 131,300 have arrived in Russia and over 304,100 have fled to various other countries, the UN said.
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Editor's note: This story has been updated with additional details throughout.