About 600,000 displaced people have arrived in Russia from Donbas and Ukraine

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Official sources said that about 600,000 people have been displaced to Russia from the Donbass region and the cities and villages of Ukraine.

Sources said: “As of the morning of April 4, about 598,000 people have arrived in Russia, including 118,500 children.. Almost 500,000 of them crossed the border from the Donbass in the Rostov region, and the rest from the Ukrainian side through border checkpoints in the Belgorod regions, Kursk, Bryansk, and the Republic of Crimea.

The authorities noted that among those who arrived in Russia, there are approximately 174,000 Russian citizens (with Russian citizenship), 340,000 from the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, and more than 83,000 people are citizens of Ukraine and other countries.

About 28,000 evacuees are currently in temporary shelters in 38 regions of Prussia.

From the city of Mariupol, over the past 24 hours, 526 people, including 90 children, were evacuated to Bezimeno in Donetsk. Since 5 March, 11,958 people have been evacuated to Bizimeno.

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