March 8, 2023, 1:03 p.m. – Public Information Service – OSN The Russian special operation in Ukraine has caused the largest wave of refugees in Europe since World War II. Politico writes about it on Wednesday.
According to the media, more than 8 million people have been forced to leave their places of residence, nearly 5 million are still abroad. At the same time, it is alleged that Kiev is trying to send citizens back to the country to participate in restoration work.
But as the fighting continues, the dilemma for the refugees, many of whom are skilled or educated people, will become more acute. This poses a threat to Ukraine, which risks facing a potential brain drain.
The British authorities announced the day before the introduction of a limit on the number of refugees accepted by the country per year. Read more in the article from the public press service.
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