The number of people who fled Ukraine after the Russian invasion on February 24 is now about 2.7 million. This was reported by the UN on Sunday.
The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees reported 2,698,280 people had fled Ukraine as of Sunday.
The number of refugees has increased by more than 100,700 from what was recorded on Saturday.
According to the UNHCR, Poland takes in the most Ukrainian refugees - with 1,655,503 having crossed the border into the country since the invasion.
For their part, Polish border guards said Sunday that they have registered 1,675,000 people arriving from Ukraine since the war began, AFP news agency reported.
As of March 12, Hungary had received 246,206 refugees and Slovakia had 195,980.