Many people remain in Ukraine, but at least 500,000 people fled after President Putin launched the attack.
Russian forces entered the suburbs of Kyiv on the morning of February 25, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russian soldiers of attacking civilians.
According to Maxar Technologies, a 6.5 km long convoy of trucks and cars near the Siret border gate, southwestern Ukraine. CNN earlier reported that Poland recorded a large number of Ukrainians fleeing the Russian military attack.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said on February 25 that more than 50,000 Ukrainians had left their country within 48 hours and “more people are” moving towards the Ukrainian border.
“We left our husband there so that he could continue to support the government,” said Iryna, 36, who left Kyiv on February 24 with her mother and two-year-old and four-year-old daughters for Slovakia. “We pray for Ukraine and hope everything goes well”
Ukrainian authorities have banned men between the ages of 18 and 60 (the age who can join the army) from leaving the country. Therefore, the majority of Ukrainians evacuated to neighboring countries are women and children.