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Ukrainian presidential aide on peacekeeping, Irina Gerashenko, told ITAR-TASS that, according to the latest reports, there had been 42,000 migrants, 15,000 children among them, officially registered in different Ukrainian regions.
Julia Paukova, deputy head of citizenship and nationality department for Russia’s Federal Migration Service, said that 35,000 Ukrainian citizens sought refugee status or temporary asylum in Russia.
Russia’s Emergency Ministry reported that 22,000 Ukrainians were currently staying in 326 temporary accommodation facilities in Russia, while only a month ago there had been 9,000 Ukrainians in 195 Russian accommodation sites.