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About 4.3 million Ukrainians live under temporary protection

Some 4.3 million Ukrainians live under temporary protection in EU member states, according to official figures published today by Eurostat. By May 31, 2024, an estimated 4.3 million non-EU citizens who fled Ukraine due to war had temporary protection status in the EU, the European agency said. Germany hosts the most beneficiaries, with “1,332,515 people or 31.3% of the total in the EU”. Poland is next with “953,255 people or 22.4%” and then the Czech Republic with “356,405 people or 8.4%”. Compared to April 2024, the largest increases of Ukrainians occurred in Germany, where 14,250 new beneficiaries were recorded, in the Czech Republic 11,000 new beneficiaries and in Romania 3,715 new beneficiaries. The Czech Republic had the highest number of beneficiaries per 1,000 people, followed by Lithuania and Poland. Ukrainian nationals made up over “98% of beneficiaries”, with adult women making up almost half of them at 45.6%, children representing almost […]
Source: News Beast

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