Data shown by the agency highlights Poland as the country that has taken in the most refugees from Ukraine with about 2.7 million.
Likewise, Romania has received 730,000 displaced persons; Russia (484,000); Hungary (450,000); Moldova (421,000) and Slovakia with 332,000, which would make a total of 4,836,445 identified refugees.
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Russia's action has been decisive in transferring personnel out of the territory in the conflict in Ukraine, even in spite of the obstacles put by Kiev for the creation of humanitarian corridors.
Just this Saturday, Russia denounced Ukraine for attacking humanitarian corridors in the cities of Kharkov and Zaporozhie with mortars and small arms, according to the head of the Russian National Defense Control Center, Colonel General Mikhail Mizintsev.
These nearly five million displaced persons since February 24 represent the largest exodus of people in the shortest period of time recorded in Europe since the Second World War.