Poland Spends EUR 8.4 bln to Support Refugees from Ukraine in 2022, OECD

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The cost of maintaining refugees from Ukraine in 2022 in Poland is estimated at EUR 8.36 billion, the highest among Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, Polish news agency PAP reports, citing the latest OECD publication Migration Outlook 2022.

For the OECD as a whole, the cost of maintaining refugees in 2022 is estimated at EUR 26.8 billion.

Germany ranks second in the OECD in estimated costs related to Ukrainian refugees (EUR 6.8 billion), while the Czech Republic ranks third (about EUR 2 billion). Estimates include living and accommodation costs, education, and health care. 

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