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WorldRussiaOver 270,000 refugees have crossed Slovak-Ukrainian border since invasion begin: Reports

Its been more than one month since the start of Russia’s full-scale military operation against Ukraine. Approximately 269,111 refugees have crossed the Slovakia-Ukrainian border till now, on March 25.

As per the information, it has been mentioned in the statement; the Interior Ministry had made an announcement that the usual number of entries into Slovakia from Ukraine before the conflict was 1,400.


According to the Ministry, the individuals who arrived in the nation from Ukraine on February 24, were the maximum of 248,759 individuals from Ukraine, which means over 92 percent.

Additionally, there are around 12,106 citizens of the third nations as well as 8,245 individuals.

Moreover, the Ministry has mentioned that people from 145 nations have also reached Slovakia within a month.

Along with this, it has been mentioned, “Among the refugees were 104,413 children, 129,367 women, and 35,331 men. The highest number of refugees in one day was recorded on February 27, at 15,968.”

The most significant number of children that were registered on February 27 in Slovakia, which was reached around 7,126.

On March 21, Slovakia has reported the lowest number of coming refugees, that has been more than 3,356.


The majority of the children that were reported on February 27 in the nation has reached approximately about 7,126.

On March 21, the nation has observed the lovest number of arriving individuals from the war-torn country, which has been recorded as 3,356.

Furthermore, the Ministry has highlighted, “As of March 1, 2022, 52,042 people requested temporary refuge. Of these, 51,801 were Ukrainians. There were 22,525 children.”

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