The number of people entering Romania from Ukraine has declined significantly, with daily arrivals down by more than 50% compared to last week, according to Romanian Border Police.
The number of new arrivals dropped from on average around 30,000 per day last week to 14,000 on Sunday.
Over 412,000 Ukrainian citizens have arrived in Romania since the beginning of the Russian invasion over two weeks ago, Border Police data shows.
Raed Arafat, state secretary at the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs, said that about 80,000 Ukrainians remained in the country.
Meanwhile, German authorities have registered more than 146,000 refugees from Ukraine so far, a spokesperson for the interior ministry said Monday.
According to data from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, nearly 2.7 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion in late February.