The United Nations refugee agency has said that one million people have fled the country since Russia’s attack on Ukraine. UNHCR says people continue to flee to neighboring countries in the western part of Ukraine. More than one refugee has fled Ukraine. Filippo Grandi, the head of the United Nations High Commission for Refugee Affairs (UNHCR), tweeted: “In just seven days we have seen one million refugees fleeing Ukraine to neighboring countries.
Quiet guns for the millions of people inside Ukraine.” It’s time to leave so that life-saving humanitarian aid can be provided.” The mayor of Berlin in Germany is urging nationwide coordination to handle the influx of refugees from Ukraine. He estimates that the German capital could soon see at least 20,000 people leaving the war-torn country. Germany, ready to help, Mayor Frantiska Giffey said that Berlin is definitely a big center and it is also a destination for many people who come here. He said, “There is a lot of pressure on Berlin. We will try to handle it as far as we can, but we need cooperation from other states as well.” Berlin is in contact with other states so that people arriving in Germany can be given asylum in different states. On the other hand German train operator, Deutsche Bahn is transporting Ukrainian citizens from Poland to Germany for free.
Meanwhile, relief material from Germany is going to leave for war refugees in Ukraine and three neighboring countries soon. Moldova will get tents and blankets from Germany. Poland has requested vaccines and medicines and Slovakia has requested masks. Hundreds of deaths Meanwhile, UN agencies launched an emergency appeal for rising humanitarian needs after Russia’s attack on Ukraine, asking for $1.7 billion in aid, or about 1.25 trillion rupees. This amount will be used to help people who have left Ukraine and moved to neighboring countries. Indian students stranded in Kharkiv have time till this evening The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) monitoring mission said that it has recorded 752 civilian deaths in Ukraine since the Russian attack. Around 525 people have been injured in Russian military action.