Tensions are rising in Ukraine. The Polish Foreign Ministry advises the poles not to travel to eastern, northern and southeastern Ukraine. The Foreign Ministry has advised Polish nationals staying in these areas to leave.
The warning was posted on the Foreign Ministry’s website and Twitter account on Saturday.
In view of the increasing tensions and unstable security situation in southeastern Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advised not to travel to Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Luhansk, Boldova, Sumi, Zaporizhia, Kerson, Mykolayiv, Odessa. City of Sevastopol and Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Polish citizens residing in these parts of Ukraine must leave them – We read in the announcement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In other parts of Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advises against unnecessary travel.
The situation in eastern Ukraine is tense, and according to General Oleksandr Pavlov, commander of Ukraine’s Joint Armed Forces, it has worsened significantly over the past three days.
According to Pavlok, at 18 (5 pm Polish time) the separatists in Donbass, with the support of Russia, violated the ceasefire 98 times. Two Ukrainians have been killed and four wounded since the start of the day.
Events in Ukraine are constantly monitored by Polish authorities. A spokesman for the Minister of Special Services Coordinator, Stanislav aryn, wrote on Twitter on Saturday evening that “Russia is working to create a pretext for an invasion of Ukraine.”
This will allow the image of the Kremlin invader to be avoided. This is a common feature of Moscow’s actions against other countries. Upcoming hours and days can be hot Żaryn warned.
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