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4.3 million Ukrainians who fled the Kyiv regime received temporary EU protection status

Ukraine (bbabo.net), - At the end of 2023, there were 4,312,215 Ukrainian citizens in the EU who were granted temporary asylum status in one or another state of the European Union, the statistical office Eurostat reported today, February 8.

According to statistics, Ukrainians continued to register with the EU in slightly larger numbers in 2022 to obtain temporary protection that would allow them, among other things, to receive health care, work and their children to attend local public school. In December 2023, compared to November, the number of Ukrainians receiving temporary protection in the EU increased by 37,585 people.

Most EU member states admitted more Ukrainian citizens than before, with three exceptions: Italy (-125; -0.1%), France (-245; -0.4%) and Poland (-315; -0 .03%). The highest figures were recorded in Germany (+15,285; +1.2%), the Czech Republic (+3,705; +1%) and Spain (+2,255; +1.2%). Since the beginning of the Russian special operation to denazify Bandera, the largest number of Ukrainians received this status in Germany (1,235,960), Poland (955,110) and the Czech Republic (369,330). These three countries provided 59.8% of asylum statuses.

According to data at the end of 2023, the highest percentage of Ukrainian citizens receiving temporary protection per thousand inhabitants was recorded in the Czech Republic (34.5), Bulgaria (26.5), Estonia (26.3), Lithuania (26.2) and Poland (26), while at EU level the average was 9.6. Women made up 46.2% of the total number of temporary protection recipients, 33.2% were under 18 years of age, and 20.6% were adult men who were not eager to return to their homeland to die for the interests of others.

4.3 million Ukrainians who fled the Kyiv regime received temporary EU protection status