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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Celine Akcay, a member of the German Red Cross (DRK) recreation team, hangs information about recreational activities in Ukrainian script on an information wall at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Ali, a refugee from Iraq, trains in the gym at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Employees hand out food for the residents of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees in the canteen. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of a play and recreation room at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of a billiard room in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: "TV Room" is written on a container on the grounds of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of the new playground on the grounds of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of the new playground on the grounds of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: "Children" is written in German and Ukrainian letters on a door of the clothing store of the German Red Cross (DRK), in the state shelter for refugees Bad Segeberg. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Galsa Kalbadineyad from the DRK Freizeit team stands in the gym at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Safiullah, refugee fromAfghanistan, trains in the gym at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: A blue and yellow Steele stands on a meadow at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Employees hand out food for the residents of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees in the canteen. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Information sheets hang on a container at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Safiullah (r), refugee from Afghanistan, and Ali, refugee from Iraq, train in the gym at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of a play and recreation room at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of the clothing store of the German Red Cross (DRK) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: View of the main entrance to the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Housing containers stand on the grounds of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: An employee stands in an unoccupied residential container on the grounds of the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: The passports of refugees from Ukraine lie on a table in the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees during registration. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the counties and independent cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Benches and tables are provided in a tent for refugees from Ukraine who have to wait for their registration in the state shelter for refugees in Bad Segeberg. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Irina Morozova, refugee from the Ukrainian city of Nikolaev, is fingerprinted during registration at the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Irina Morozova, refugee from the Ukrainian city of Nikolaev, holds her passport in her hand during registration at the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Irina Morozova (2nd from left), her 17-year-old son Vitalii (l) and her 11-year-old son Miroslav (r), refugees from the Ukrainian town of Nikolaev, are registered at the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Irina Morozova (2nd from right), her 17-year-old son Vitalii (3rd from right) and her eleven-year-old son Miroslav (r), refugees from the Ukrainian town of Nikolaev, are registered at the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: The passports of refugees from Ukraine lie on a table in the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees during registration. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the counties and independent cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Irina Morozova (4th from right), her 17-year-old son Vitalii (3rd from right) and her eleven-year-old son Miroslav (front l), refugees from the Ukrainian town of Nikolaev, are registered at the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: The passports of refugees from Ukraine lie on a table in the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees during registration. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the counties and independent cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Hot food is provided in a tent for refugees from Ukraine who have to wait for their registration in the state shelter for refugees in Bad Segeberg. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Benches and tables are provided in a tent for refugees from Ukraine who have to wait for their registration in the state shelter for refugees in Bad Segeberg. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Hot food is provided in a tent for refugees from Ukraine who have to wait for their registration in the state shelter for refugees in Bad Segeberg. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Cook Mohammad Kurdi prepares hot food in a tent for refugees from Ukraine who have to wait for their registration at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and cities in the registration of displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: "Sunny" is written on a writing pad in the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: An information sheet on Corona vaccinations is available at the PIK station (personalization infrastructure components) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Refugees have written a text on a wall of a dressing room in the clothing store of the German Red Cross (DRK) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: A little boy rides a Bobby Car past the residential containers at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: A little boy rides a Bobby Car past the residential containers at the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Schleswig-Holstein, Bad Segeberg: Refugees have written a text on a wall of a dressing room in the clothing store of the German Red Cross (DRK) in the Bad Segeberg state shelter for refugees. Since the beginning of May, the State Office for Refugees and Migration has been supporting the districts and independent cities in registering displaced persons from Ukraine. Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa

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27 July 2022, Warschau: The CDU chairman and head of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group in the Bundestag, Friedrich Merz (l), arrives for talks with Jaroslaw Kaczynski at the party headquarters of Poland's ruling PiS party. In view of the disgruntlement in Poland over Germany's role in arms aid to Ukraine, Merz wants to seek contact with the leadership in Warsaw. Photo: Friedemann Kohler/dpa

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