Foreign Ministry of Poland issues warning to residents travelling to Ukraine

The Foreign Ministry of Poland has issued a warning to the individuals travelling towards the eastern, north-eastern and south-eastern Ukraine and mentioned to all the Polish natives to leave the place soon.

On Saturday, the warning was released on the officials’ website of MSZ and also their Twitter account.

The ministry mentioned in the statement, “Due to the increasing conflicts and the unstable security situation in south-eastern Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports against all trips to the oblasts of Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Luhansk, Poltava, Sumy, Zaporizhia, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Odesa, the city of Sevastopol and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Those who are in these regions of Ukraine should leave them.”

Moreover, they also informed against all of the unnecessary journeys to any other parts of Ukraine.

As per the details provided by the commander of the Joint Armed Forces Operation of Ukraine, General Oleksandr Pawluk, currently, the situation in eastern Ukraine is worrying, and it has deteriorated dramatically during the previous three days.

Along with this, the issues that are going on in Ukraine are being noticed by the Polish authorities. On Saturday, the director of the National Security Department, Stanislaw Zaryn, stated on Twitter, “Russia is carrying out activities that are to build a pretext for an attack against Ukraine.”

Zaryn alerted, “This will allow the Kremlin to ignore being observed as an attacker. This is a specific modus operandi in Moscow’s activities against other nations. The incoming hours and days may get hot.”

Jablonski mentioned during an interview, “We remain in the place both Kyiv and in our five consulates in Ukraine, to deliver support to the natives of Poland who are there, but also to support Ukraine, because we think that support for Ukraine in this circumstances is our raison d’etat, this is our duty as the Western world,”

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