Over 6,000 Ukrainian refugees have arrived to Macedonia so far


Until January of this year, Macedonia has welcomed 6,000 refugees from Ukraine, making our country second in the Western Balkans, behind Montenegro with 32,000, estimates the European Union Asylum Agency and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
According to estimates, behind Macedonia are Serbia with 2,700 people, Albania with 2,300, Bosnia and Herzegovina with 100 and Kosovo with 13 (all of them journalists), and in the European framework, Malta with 2,000 and Liechtenstein with 400.
As for the region, Bulgaria has welcomed 51,000 Ukrainian refugees, Greece has 21,000, 20,000 are in Croatia, and 9,000 in Slovenia.

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