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Refugees from the Ukrainian war with temporary EU protection fall 3% in March

The number of refugees from the Ukrainian war with temporary protection in the European Union has fallen by three percent in March, to 3.9 million, according to data from the Eurostat agency.

The exceptional measure approved after the Russian invasion allows Ukrainians to travel freely within the European Union, settle in any of its member states, seek employment and have access to medical assistance. Although, in March there was a loss of just over 115,000 beneficiaries of temporary protection, this is three percent of the total.

The largest drop in total numbers occurred in the Czech Republic, with 122,585 people, or 27 percent, followed by Sweden, with 23,635 people, or 49 percent of the protections granted, and Poland, with 17,180 casualties, or two percent of the total. whole in the country.

It has increased by against in Germany, three percent; Italy, five percent; and Romania, six percent. Almost four million people fleeing Ukraine benefited from temporary EU protection until March, most of them are in Germany, with 27 percent of the total, Poland, 25 percent, and the Czech Republic, eight percent.

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