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Czech Republic issues 322,822 visas to Ukrainians, 2,800 on Monday

May 3rd, 2022

The Czech Republic has so far issued emergency visas to 322,822 Ukrainians fleeing from the war, including 2,799 on Monday, about the same as a week ago, the Interior Ministry has said on Twitter. The highest number of Ukrainian refugees are in Prague. The Interior Ministry's latest data show that over 75,000 Ukrainians have been granted special visas in the Czech capital and more than 80,000 of them sought aid of the Prague assistance centre for refugees operating also for Central Bohemia.


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