Work, coordination continuing to help Jordanian citizens in Ukraine-Foreign ministry

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate
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AMMAN—The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Affairs will continue to coordinate with various ministries and relevant institutions to follow up on the conditions of Jordanian citizens residing in Ukraine, its official spokesperson, Haitham Abu Al-Foul, said, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra. اضافة اعلان

In a statement to "Petra" on Saturday, he noted Jordanian embassies' employees, who were dispatched to Ukraine's border crossings with Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, are working round the clock to provide assistance and receive Jordanian citizens who arrive in these countries.

The number of Jordanian citizens, who arrived in these countries with their families, reached about 50 as of Saturday morning, he noted, indicating that the embassies accredited to there continue to provide support and assistance to Jordanians.

The ministry's crisis cell continues to follow up on the situation of Jordanian citizens in Ukraine, since a number of cities are witnessing military actions, he pointed out.

Abu Al-Foul referred to dangers until this moment on Jordanian citizens in hotspots to head for the western borders, especially those in Ukraine's eastern regions.

The ministry continues to follow up and coordinate to secure their exit in a safe manner, he said.

Abu Al-Ful called on Jordanian citizens in Ukraine to exercise the "utmost" caution and abide by the instructions issued by the relevant authorities and the rules of behavior in emergency cases to preserve their safety.

The ministry will continue to make all necessary efforts to secure a safe departure for Jordanians there, according to Abu Al-Foul.

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