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Germany registers nearly 123,000 refugees from Ukraine

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Ukrainian refugees queue for food after their arrival at the main train station in Berlin, Germany on March 8.

While nearly 123,000 refugees have arrived in Germany from Ukraine since the beginning of the Russian invasion late last month, the absence of border checks at the country’s border with Poland where most Ukrainian refugees are coming from could mean the number is significantly higher, according to Germany’s foreign minister.

Germany is working with its allies to airlift people who have fled Ukraine to countries farther away as Ukraine’s neighboring countries struggle to cope with all new arrivals from the war-stricken country, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said.

Baerbock told reporters in Chisinau alongside her Moldovan counterpart that Germany will take in 2,500 refugees from Ukraine who are currently in Moldova.

According to data from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian attack on Ukraine.

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