Around two-thirds of refugees from Ukraine expect to stay in their host countries until hostilities subside, a new survey has revealed.
The United National Refugee Agency found that mainly women and children, hope to return eventually
The survey of around 4,900 people asked those now living in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.
“They are anxious to reunite with friends and family and worry about those who stayed behind. Most want to wait until hostilities have subsided,” the report said.
It added that of those seeking to return, 40 percent plan to do so in the next month.