IOM Hungary’s first Migrant Protection and Assistance weekly snapshot is out!
In response to the broad military invasion in Ukraine, launched by the Russian Federation on 24 February 2022, IOM Hungary has been scaling up assistance in support to the government and crisis-affected persons. More than a quarter of the population of Ukraine – over 12 million people – have fled their homes since 24 February. To date, 685 crisis-affected persons have benefited from dedicated complex assistance and protection-related services as part of IOM Hungary's emergency response.
IOM can be found at the Nyugati information point in Budapest and in Záhony railway station, where it has a permanent presence, as well as in the wider border area where mobile teams are operating.
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