About 425,000 Ukrainian refugees have entered Romania since the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. The Romanian Border Police have reported that on March 14, 66,345 people entered Romania, including 13,769 Ukrainian nationals (down 4.8% from the previous day) through the border crossing points.
According to the Romanian General Border Police Inspectorate (IGPF), within 24 hours on Monday, 7,181 Ukrainian nationals entered Romania at the border with Ukraine (up 8.6%), and 5,089 Ukrainian residents came in through the wall with Moldova (down 18.8%).
Ukrainian Refugees in Romania
As of March 14 at 24:00hrs, 425,786 Ukrainian citizens entered Romania.
At present, border checking at the entrance to Romania through the border crossing points is carried out efficiently, in accordance with the provisions of the national and community legislation, with the border guards covering the checking arteries to their fullest.
Similar measures to strengthen the check and increase surveillance have also been implemented at the land border, with additional crews carrying out missions in areas of responsibility.
There is work done under an integrated system with other organisations with responsibilities in the area for an efficient exchange of data and information and for joint adoption of the necessary measures to manage cases as they emerge.
Photo source: Vlad Ilas