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The humanitarian impact of the crisis in Ukraine will be long-lasting

The number of people who have been internally displaced by the strife in Ukraine could reach seven million. Image: UNSPLASH/Markus Spiske

Andrej Kirn

Head, International Organizations and Humanitarian Agenda, World Economic Forum

Lisa Ossenbrink

Writer, World Economic Forum

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