Russians Chase Out Ukrainians Out of Houses

by Olha Povaliaieva
Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Russians Chase Out Ukrainians Out of Houses

According to the UN, 25% of Ukrainians became internally or externally displaced due to Putin’s war against Ukrainians

On 24 February 2022, some 3.3 million Ukrainians left the country within a few weeks. The war began at 4 a.m. Russia attacked Ukraine in the early morning hours while the country was sleeping. People who had to save their families didn’t even have a few hours to pack. The score was minutes, and the lives of children, families, and pets were at stake.

Today, when it is clear to the whole world that Ukraine is beating Russia in the war and the old life of Ukrainians is slowly returning to the same rhythm, Ukrainians from other countries have started to return home. According to the speaker of the State border service Andrii Demchenko, the border in the direction of Ukraine crossed about 780.000 citizens of our country. Every day 25-30.000 Ukrainians return to the country.

Many Ukrainians did not leave their motherland but simply moved to a safer region. According to the UN, approximately 6.5 million Ukrainians have become internally displaced. Most of them are Ukrainians from the eastern and central regions of Ukraine.

Some people decided to think logically and moved to Kyiv. There is a reason for this because Kyiv is the heart of Ukraine, and no one will give the heart to the occupier. Almost 10.000 people arrived in Kyiv: about 4.000 from the region (Irpen, Bucha, Gostomel — these people primarily worked in Kyiv and did not return home), about 2.000 from the Donetsk region, and 1.500 from Chernihiv.

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