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    When the war began, more than 10 million Ukrainian refugees have invaded Poland.

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    According to the Polish border guard, more than 10 million Ukrainian migrants have entered Poland since the war began.

    The border guard claimed in a tweet that since the start of the conflict in Ukraine last year, the nation has experienced a significant influx of migrants.

    10,137,000 refugees have now crossed the border from Ukraine into Poland, with 20,200 of them arriving in the preceding day, according to the report.

    On February 24, 2022, Russia began a war against Ukraine that, according to the UN, has resulted in more than 8,000 civilian deaths and an emigration of Ukrainians to safer countries.

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