Ukraine disputes Poland claim of taking 1 million refugees

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Ukrainian official is disputing a claim by the Polish prime minister that Poland has taken in 1 million Ukrainian refugees, adding a new element into the debate over refugees in Poland.

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