More than 5.5 million people have fled Ukraine since the start of the war on February 24, the UNHCR (UNHCR).
Static data have been collected from a number of sources, mainly data provided by authorities at official border crossing points, according to the UNHCR.
Almost 1,450 people left on Saturday the war zones of Ukraine, according to the information from Kyiv.
About 1,380 civilians were evacuated to Zaporizhia from various cities in southern and eastern Ukraine, including 170 from besieged Mariupol, the Ukrainian presidency’s office told the Telegram.
68 civilians were also evacuated safely from the Luhansk region, which is under constant fire, according to the same source. The evacuation of the city of Lisikansk was not possible due to “heavy bombardment” in the area, the statement said.
Moscow, meanwhile, said that “despite the obstacles posed by Kyiv”, some 15,800 civilians had been evacuated to Russia from Ukraine’s war zones in the past 24 hours without the involvement of Ukrainian authorities.
Kyiv and Moscow have been accused for weeks of sabotaging the escape of civilians. The allegations can not be verified by independent sources, underlines the German News Agency.
321 Ukrainian refugees in Greece in the last 24 hours
The Ministry of Civil Protection, based on the data of the Hellenic Police Headquarters, announces that in the last 24 hours (01/05/2022) 321 Ukrainian refugees entered Greece, of which 54 were minors.
From the Bastion: 110
From Evzoni: 32
From the other land borders: 66
63 arrived at the “Eleftherios Venizelos” airport, 26 at the “Macedonia” airport and 24 at the other airports.
In total, since the beginning of the war, 24,211 Ukrainian citizens have crossed the border in Greece, of which 6,597 are minors.
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