Poland accepts 2.3 mln refugees since war in Ukraine started

Piotr Nowak/PAP

Since February 24, when Russia invaded Ukraine, 2.3 million people have crossed the Polish-Ukrainian border into Poland, the Border Guard (SG) tweeted on Monday morning.

The SG wrote on Twitter that on Sunday Border Guard officers carried out 27,000 border checks on people entering Poland from Ukraine, a drop of 13.3 percent compared to the previous day.

The Border Guard also said that the number of arrivals by 7:00 a.m. on Monday had reached 3,300 people, down 35.6 percent compared to Sunday. 

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