17 imagesFamilies fleeing Russian aggression in Ukraine shed tears of joy as they unite at a makeshift refugee camp in Przemyśl on Wednesday, March 3, 2022. (VX Photo/ Diego Radames) The makeshift refugee camp welcoming Ukrainians is located in southeastern Poland, a city just 95/km west of Lviv, Oblast. Ever since the all-out war began on February 24, Poland opened its borders to anyone fleeing war regardless of nationality and documents held. More than 450,000 people have so far crossed into the country. In total, the United Nations has estimated that more than 830,000 people had fled Ukraine.
21 imagesPoland has so far taken in over 453,000 refugees, according to the U.N. refugee agency adding that at least 1 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia's invasion a week ago. The Polish government says a further 50,000 are arriving every day. (VX Photo/ Diego Radames)