As the war in Ukraine rages, the UN warns the humanitarian crisis could grow and affect millions more.
People are crossing to neighbouring countries to the west, such as Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and Moldova.
But most of Ukraine’s refugees are in Poland, that’s received half of them.
Poland’s government has said to host them all, it will need more money than the EU is offering.
Another 235,000 people have gone to other European countries.
Will Europe introduce a new migration policy?
Presenter: Hazem Sika
Matthew Saltmarsh, Head of News and Media for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Camille Le Coz, Senior Policy Analyst at Migration Policy Institute.
Alexander Betts, Professor of Forced Migration and International Affairs at Oxford University.
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