Sofia, Bulgaria: Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, around 120,000 Ukrainian refugees have entered the borders of Bulgaria, in need of a roof and shelter. The official statics of Ukrainian refugees was shared by the Border Police on March 26, 2022.
As per the statement of Border Police, for the present time, there are a total of 55 000 Ukrainian nationals who are in Bulgaria.
Meanwhile, according to the United Nations refugees data, till March 25, 2022, over 3.77 million Ukrainian residents fled the war-torn country to save their lives to different states across the globe. Majority of Ukraine refugees were welcomed by the Polish government, computing more than 2.23 million.
Out of the total tally, 580 000 Ukrainian refugees fled to Romania, followed by 380 000 to Moldova, 342 738 to Hungary and 267 702 to Slovakia.
Part of the UN High Commission for Refugees and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the European Union and the rest of Europe countries pledged to welcome the Ukrainian refugees, providing them with the necessary items.
Around 90% of these refugees includes women and children, as per UN’s data. Another 6.5 million people are internally displaced.
Today (March 27, 2022) marks the 32nd day of Russia’s military in Ukraine, during which four missiles hit Lviv, which is just 60km (37 miles) from Poland’s border.
President of Ukraine – Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a request to the “energy-producing countries” to foster the outputs so that the Russian government does not utilise its oil and gas wealth to blackmail other nations.
President of the United States of America – Joe Biden criticised the Russian counterpart – Vladimir Putin, saying that he “cannot remain in power”. This statement of the US President has been criticised by the Russian administration.
As per an official, Russian forces have seized Slavutych.