The Ukrainian refugees who end up in Russia – often not of their own free will – Channel 4 News

Since the war started in February, the world’s focus has been on refugees from Ukraine heading west.

But the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that there are now more than 600,000 of them in Russia. Some went there voluntarily, but many others had no other safe option.

Those coming from the occupied territories of Ukraine pass through a series of so-called “filtration camps” where they are screened by the Russian authorities.

Now some of them are seeking security in the EU through Estonia

Paraic O’Brien reports from the Estonian border town of Narva.

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