Romania, Poland, Slovakia, and other countries are ready to take in Ukrainian refugees fleeing Russian tensions.
Czech Republic – Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. To the north, south, and especially east of Ukraine, the possibility of a large-scale Russian invasion looms. Central European countries on the western frontier are bracing for a migrant crisis.
The Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia have all stated that they are ready for a possible influx of Ukrainians as a result of the war. In the worst-case scenario, some estimate that up to five million people could escape the country.
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Western countries have declared that their diplomats and diplomats’ families will be leaving Ukraine. They also asked their own citizens to leave. The reason is they would be unable to save them in the event of a war.
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Moreover, the likelihood of a Ukrainian refugees catastrophe has intensified. This comes after Vladimir Putin recognized two rebel-run, pro-Russia statelets in Ukraine’s east on Monday. The regions are the self-described “people’s republics” of Donetsk and Luhansk.
The UN refugee agency said on Tuesday that it hasn’t seen any signs of more people fleeing Ukraine. However, the situation is “very dangerous”.
Lastly, for many, Central Europe is not just a natural route, but also a natural destination. Millions of Ukrainians have already settled in the region. They were drawn in recent years by tight labor markets in nations that are culturally close to their homeland.