7.5 million entries to EU, including almost 6.5 million Ukrainian nationals, were recorded from Ukraine and Moldova.
In the last 7 days, fewer Ukrainian citizens entered the EU than returned to their country. From 30 June to 6 July, 265 793 Ukrainians returned to Ukraine, while 252 246 Ukrainians entered the EU. Over recent weeks passenger traffic data indicates a relative stability with the average number of entries and exits to the EU relatively similar. It is likely that circular movements make-up for a great share of the flows.
The number of Ukrainians arriving from Belarus and Russia is fairly stable, with a slight increase on the Russian border. As the fighting on the eastern frontline continues, Ukraine is establishing routes for the return of deported Ukrainians through the Baltic countries.