Republic of Moldova — Displacement Data Analysis on TCNs, Round # 15 (as of 05 Feb 2023)
- Flow Monitoring
- Migrants presence
Between 24 February 2022 and 5 February 2023, 919,090 Ukrainian citizens and 1,010,713 TCNs entered the Republic of Moldova from all border control points. Almost 53 per cent of Ukrainian citizens entered from land BCPs with Ukraine, 13 per cent from land BCPs with Romania and 13 per cent arrived by plane. Only 8 per cent of crossing of TCNs were recorded from Ukraine, 61 per cent from Romania and 31 per cent arrived by plane.
During the same period, 816,309 Ukrainian citizens and 759,023 TCNs left the Republic of Moldova. About 49 per cent of Ukrainian citizens were registered leaving the Republic of Moldova towards Ukraine, 42 per cent towards Romania and 9 per cent left by plane. Similarly, 5 per cent of all TCNs left the country towards Ukraine, 59 per cent toward Romania and 36 per cent left by plane.
As of 5 February, 102,781 Ukrainian refugees were recorded in the country. 251,690 TCNs were recorded: 6,113 of these TCNs had arrived from Ukraine.
Considering the current developments of the war in Ukraine, the growing needs of the displaced population and the local communities hosting them, this report focuses on the observable trends in the data on TCNs who entered the Republic of Moldova from Ukraine.