Passenger traffic into, out of Ukraine practically of equal proportions - State Border Guard Service of Ukraine
MOSCOW. June 9 (Interfax) - Over 36,000 people left Ukraine through the western border on Wednesday, June 8, as against 33,000 the day before, while the arrivals stood at 37,000 and over 33,000, respectively, Ukrainian media outlets said, citing the statements posted by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine on social media.
The number of humanitarian trucks cleared by customs grew to 140 from the minimal 126 seen in each of the two previous days, the service said.
According to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, a total of 7.271 million people left Ukraine between February 24 and 1 p.m. on June 7, including 3.818 million for Poland, 1.116 million for Russia, 613,440 for Romania, 491,140 for Moldova, 731,100 for Hungary, 484,660 for Slovakia, and 16,650 for Belarus.
Meanwhile, 2.314 million people came to Ukraine between February 28 and June 7 (without due account of information from Hungary, Russia and Belarus), the UN said.