The Repercussions of the Ukrainian Crisis: The Position of European Countries on Forced Migration in Africa

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The report stated that conflict is one of the main reasons for people to leave their homes in search of a better life, and the year 2021 witnessed a great deal of violence and armed conflicts that forced people to flee, especially in Africa, where large numbers of citizens were displaced internally and at the borders or resorted to neighboring countries. Several African countries have been affected by waves of violence: in the Central African Republic, fighting broke out in the aftermath of the presidential elections, while the Sudanese region of Darfur witnessed intercommunal violence; In the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, armed groups committed atrocities; Burkina Faso has seen a rise in violent jihadist attacks. All this resulted in the forced displacement of hundreds of thousands of people.

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