According to Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Fasser, far fewer people are coming to Germany from Ukraine now than at the beginning of the war.
Süddeutsche Zeitung reports this.
"Now only about 2,000 refugees from Ukraine arrive in Germany every day. In mid-March it was more than 15,000 people a day," she noted.
At the same time, 20,000 Ukrainians are now returning to Ukraine daily through the Polish-Ukrainian border, including those leaving Germany. Fazer assumes that "most people will come back."
"Some will stay if people see a chance to establish themselves in the German labor market with their qualifications," Nancy Faser added.
But it's still a big humanitarian burden, according to Fazer, to ensure that the women, children and elderly who have fled are better cared for. "Refugees are very well received here," the minister noted.