If a war suddenly breaks out one day, will you stay or leave? According to statistics , since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war at the end of February, as of March 30, more than 10 million Ukrainians have been forced to abandon their homes because of the war. Among them, more than 6.5 million people moved to other parts of the country, and more than 4 million people crossed the border and fled to neighboring countries, forming one of the largest refugee flows in modern times. It's scary, mom has nowhere to go, no one knows what's going to happen next, we're so grateful to all the volunteers, and all the countries that help, but we're still in a state of fright.
Yulia Gershyn, a Kyiv citizen who fled to Poland What they worry about is that if they stay at home, they may be hit by Russian artillery fire Special Database at any time. Although it is temporarily safe to flPoland has the most. In addition to avoiding the war, there are also economic considerations behind it, because as long as you enter the Schengen area, you can freely move between the Schengen signatory countries, and the final destination may be economically developed countries such as Britain and France. pc1 Photo Credit: International Gale It is worth mentioning that while Poland has accepted more than 2.3 million refugees, more than half of them,
Moldova, one of the countries with the lowest GDP per capita in Europe and a population of only 2.68 million, also accepted more than 380,000 refugees. The ratio of refugees to citizens is actually the highest among all the countries on the list, showing a full sense of humanitarianism. pc2 Photo Credit: International Gale Can Europe, which accepts refugees graciously, really bear it? Faced with the largest refugee flow in Europe since World War II, how should the EU respond? In the past, member states tended to have different positions on the refugee issue, but this time the EU quickly passed the proposal on March 3, less than two weeks after the war started, and launche