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Ministry of Foreign Affairs closely monitoring Jordanians’ conditions in Ukraine

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AMMAN  — Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Spokesperson Ambassador Haitham Abu Al-Foul said that Jordanian embassy staff, who were dispatched to Ukraine’s borders with Hungary, Romania and Slovakia have been working around the clock to receive and provide assistance to Jordanians, adding that the ministry continues to monitor the conditions of Jordanians in Ukraine in coordination with the various government institutions, according to Al Mamlaka TV. اضافة اعلان

About 50 Jordanians have already arrived at the countries bordering with Ukraine by Saturday. 

Abu Al-Foul said that the ministry has been on alert, in light of the fact that several Ukrainian cities have seen military operations, which places Jordanians living on the western borders, namely those in the eastern side of Ukraine at risks.  He added that efforts continues to secure their safe exit

Abu Al-Foul called on Jordanians to be cautious and to abide by the rules and code of conduct that are issued by the relevant authorities in emergencies.

On Friday, the ministry said that its crisis management department, in coordination with the Jordanian embassy in Ankara, and other embassies in the countries bordering with Ukraine have been working on an emergency plan to secure the safety of Jordanians, according to Alrai news.

The emergency plan includes constant communication with Jordanians, welcoming their calls, giving them safety advice and urging them to follow instructions released by local authorities.

  Foreign minister Ayman Safadi called on Jordanian embassies to begin implementing the emergency plan through the Jordanian diplomates posted in the countries bordering with Ukraine.

The ministry has secured the entry of Jordanians into Romania, Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia without the need for visa, according to a statement by the ministry on Friday.

Also, the ministry has been sending warnings, guidelines, and text messages for a number of Jordanians in Ukraine who registered on the platform that was designated for this purpose.

 Also on Friday, the National Center for Security and Crisis Management (NCSCM) called on Jordanians in Ukraine to proceed towards Ukraine’s border with Poland and Romania ahead of their evacuation to Jordan.

The NCSCM stressed that those who cannot reach these borders must take shelter in safe places.


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