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Which countries Ukrainian refugees are leaving en masse: latest Eurostat data

In recent months, Ukrainians have been leaving the countries where they have found refuge in large numbers. In particular, there has been a noticeable outflow even from Poland, where the number of Ukrainians with temporary protection has significantly decreased. Learn more about which countries refugees from Ukraine are actively leaving

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There are about 4.3 million Ukrainians in the EU who continue to enjoy temporary protection. At the same time, their number is rapidly decreasing. This is evidenced by updated Eurostat data.


We will tell you about the directions of migration of Ukrainian refugees and the countries from which they are leaving en masse in the article.

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Which countries do Ukrainian refugees leave from most?


As of January 31, 2024, 4,303,115 Ukrainians who benefited from temporary protection were registered in the EU. In January of this year, the number of Ukrainians with this status decreased by 9100 people.




It is noted that the following countries received the most Ukrainian refugees as of January 31: 


• Germany (1,270,150 people, or 29.5% of the total number in the EU);

• Poland (951,560 people, or 22.1%);

• Czech Republic (381,190 people, or 8.9%). 


In January, the largest number of Ukrainians arrived in: 

• Germany (+18,905 people, or +1.5%), 

• Czech Republic (+8,155 people, or +2.2%)

• Spain (+2,830 people, or +1.5%). 




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At the same time, the number of Ukrainians with temporary protection in January decreased in Italy (-18,125 people, or -11.2%), Poland (-3,235 people, or -0.3%), Estonia (-225 people, or -0.6%), France (-205 people, or -0.3%) and Luxembourg (-10 people, or -0.2%).


It is emphasized that over 98% of persons with temporary protection in the EU are citizens of Ukraine. Adult women account for 46.1% of temporary protection recipients in the EU, children - 33.2%, and adult men - 20.7%.

We remind you! The majority of Ukrainian refugees who decided to return home came from countries directly bordering Ukraine. In particular, a significant number of returns were recorded from Poland, where almost half of the Ukrainians who emigrated there decided to return home. Read more about other countries from which refugees who left southern Ukraine are leaving and returning in our previous article.

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