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Ukraine: Overview of population displacement (as of 20 August 2014)
190,087 IDPs excluding displacement in Crimea
12,057
!
!
441
SLO VAKI A
2,141
Ternopil'
2,381
!
Ivano-Frankivs'k
! Uzhhorod
5,615
29
960
HUN G ARY
543
!
222
786
1,141
217
1,061
1,329
Khmel'nyts'kyi
Chernivtsi
4,258
22,228
!
Cherkasy
2,194
Vinnytsia
284
!
5,137
!
624
1,100
20,409
687
1,695
317
920
821
1,753
245
130,414 since 1 July
Totals per oblast1
REP UBL I C
OF M OL D OVA
15,707 from Crimea
174,380 from east Ukraine
309
2,440
751 to 2,500
2,501 to 5,000
Odessa
RO M AN IA
244,519 seeking legal status
92,259 asylum applications
BU L G AR IA
759
31,934
Kirovohrad
!
848
!
3,132
Kherson
!
Dnipropetrovs'k
22,880
331
13,905
2,130
Mykolaiv
1,512
20
14,135
38,837
!
Zaporizhzhia
10,562
458
Luhans'k
Donets'k
!
475
13,201
3,075
reported
92% ofareIDPs
from east Ukraine
150,000
120,000
90,000
60,000
!
BL A C K S E A
14,135
!
!
According to existing estimates,
there are 17,000 displaced
persons in Crimea.
External displacement:
2
18,402
!
S ea o f A zo v
5,001 to 40,000
SER B IA
1,854
6,320
!
5,644
11,589
4,668
Kharkiv
415
2,912
2,135
989
!
Sumy
Poltava
!
1 to 750
2,354
!
38
Internal displacement:
167
Simferopol'
30,000
100km
0
14 August
19 August
L'viv
1,999
Kyiv
Zhytomyr
!
1,598
2,774
1,848
29 July
1,243
451
4 August
!
1,559
23 July
2,346
Rivne
!
199
87,927
15 July
739
9 July
Luts'k
RUS SIA N
FEDE RATIO N
Chernihiv
4 July
15,256
268
510
656
207,343
24 June
213
452
304
16 June
PO L AN D
BEL AR US
6 June
NOTE: Displaced persons are returning to areas in eastern
Ukraine where the Ukrainian Government has regained control.
It is difficult to estimate their numbers at this stage.
The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations. Internal Displacement: Due to the lack of a centralized system of registration, the real figure of IDPs is unknown and is likely to be higher, as local
authorities and civil society register only those who approach them. Various organizations report that some displaced persons from the East are reluctant to apply to the authorities because they fear retribution, want to maintain a low profile, and moreover, see little benefit in identifying
themselves as there is no special reception procedures established for them. [1] No information available for Luhansk. Figures reported to UNHCR by local government and NGOs (19 August 2014). External displacement: Figures reported to UNHCR by Government Asylum Authorities as of 2
July for Romania, 15 August for Republic of Moldova, 16 July for Hungary, 19 August for Belarus, and 18 August for Poland, and reported by the Russian Federal Migration Service as of 8 August for the Russian Federation. [2] Overall figure also includes Germany and Czech Republic. |
Feedback: [email protected] | Document: ukr_displacement_unhcr_20140820v2_hybrid Creation date: 20/08/2014
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