As the Russian-Ukrainian war enters a second phase of its history, the wave of migration, which was immense during the first months of the conflict, is drying up. In this sense, the relevant information shared by the relay platform in support of Ukrainian refugees is becoming less numerous, which is why this page will henceforth be updated by FairValue Corporate & Public Affairs on an ad hoc basis.
On the 28th of July, nearly 7 million Ukrainians have left their country, representing 16% of the Ukrainian population and including more than half of the country’s child population.
According to the European Commission, the European Union is expecting 7 millions Ukrainian refugees. In addition, 6.1 million people have been internally displaced.
POLAND : 3,6 millions Ukrainian refugees
ITALY : 110,000 Ukrainian refugees
FRANCE : 100,000 Ukrainian refugees
BELGIUM : 35,000 Ukrainian refugees
ROYAUME-UNI : 84,000 Ukrainian refugees
While the first wave of migration is over, according to the Polish Economic Institute, many Ukrainians are still seeking asylum. The 6.5 million Ukrainians who have not yet left their homeland may soon arrive in Eastern Europe.
Moreover, the European Commission, in partnership with Global Citizen, has initiated the world’s largest social networking event dedicated to helping Ukrainian refugees:https://www.globalcitizen.org/fr/info/ukraine/