Only 127 Ukrainians have applied for asylum in Sweden so far, according to Mikael Ribbenvik from the Swedish Migration Agency.
Nearly 370 000 people are currently fleeing the war in Ukraine, according to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR.
But only 127 Ukrainians have so far officially applied for asylum in Sweden, says Mikael Ribbenvik, director-general from the Swedish Migration Agency.
One reason could be that Sweden only has a small Ukrainian population, and that people feel a need to go to their friends and relatives in other countries, says Ribbenvik. He adds however, that more may have arrived here, but not officially applied for asylum.