UN Data on Involuntary Resettlement of Ukrainians

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, March 28, 2022
UN Data on Involuntary Resettlement of Ukrainians

During the 32 days of Putin's war against Ukraine, the Russians killed, resettled, and captured thousands of Ukrainians

According to data provided by the UN, 1.119 civilians have become victims of the Russian occupiers since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Another 1.790 were wounded. Of these, 143 children, plus another 216 were injured.

“More than 3.8 million people have been forced to flee the country, turning this crisis into the fastest growing refugee crisis since World War II. Another 6.5 million were displaced within the country. At the same time, 13 million are stuck in war zones and cannot leave," the UN announced on its Twitter.

According to the general prosecutor's office, the largest number of children were injured near Kyiv (67), Donetsk (53), Kharkiv (49), and Chernigiv regions (38), near Kyiv 16 children died or were injured by fire.

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