displaced ukrainians

More and more Russian men are trying to leave the country to avoid being recruited for the war in Ukraine | Photo: Alexey Malgavko/Reuters
Ukrainian people at a refugee camp set up at the Patria-Lukoil center in Chisinau, Moldova, 15 August 2022 | Photo: ARCHIVE EPA / DUMITRU DORU.
Ukrainian people received aid at Red Cross International committee near the refugees trial camp at MoldExpo national exhibition center in Chisinau, Moldova, August 5, 2022 | Photo: EPA/Dumitru Doru
In Berlin's former Tempelhof airport, around 400 Ukrainians who fled war are living in containers | Photo: Imago / Imagebroker
From file: Millions have left Ukraine since the onset of the war | Photo: picture-alliance/AP
From file: Saarbrücken is the capital of Germany's smallest state, Saarland | Photo: O. Dietze / picture alliance / dpa
EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson said that Ukrainians will 'always' receive a warm welcome | Photo: ANSA
German companies have been reaching out to Ukrainian refugees | Photo: Christoph Soeder / dpa / picture alliance
Many Ukrainians are thankful for the welcome Germany has given them but some still feel out of place | Photo: Wolfgang Maria Weber/Imago
Ukrainian people receive humanitarian aid at a refugee camp set up at the Patria-Lukoil center in Chisinau, Moldova, 12 July 2022 | Photo: Dumitru Doru / Archive EPA
Vadym, a young Ukrainian released from the Sant'Eugenio hospital of Rome, where he was treated for burns covering 50% of his body. July 11, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/ALANEWS
Roughly the same amount of people are crossing the border both ways between Ukraine and the European Union | Photo: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images