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Ireland may be required to take in well over 20,000 Ukrainian refugees, says Taoiseach


The Irish premier has indicated that the country may be required to take in well over the 20,000 Ukrainian refugees speculated in recent days. Micheal Martin said it was “hard to be definitive”, but that it was possible that the country could take in “multiples of 20,000” refugees displaced by the war.

Micheal Martin said it was “hard to be definitive”, but that it was possible that the country could take in “multiples of 20,000” refugees displaced by the war.

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