After Moldova and Poland, Slovakia will also receive Azerbaijani citizens leaving Ukraine

After Moldova and Poland, Slovakia will also receive Azerbaijani citizens leaving Ukraine
# 25 February 2022 23:57 (UTC +04:00)

After the Republic of Moldova and the Republic of Poland, the Slovak Republic will also receive citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan wishing to leave Ukraine due to the situation, The Foreign Ministry told APA.

Citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan facing serious danger may leave the territory of Ukraine and enter the Republic of Slovakia in the following order:
- Citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan may enter the Republic of Slovakia through the Uzhgorod, Malyi Selmentsi and Malyi Bereznyi (Pavlove, Chop railway crossings) border checkpoints between the two countries.
- Given the fact that individuals leave the territory of the Republic of Ukraine due to the conflict, the Slovak side does not necessarily require them to comply with the visa requirement. At the same time, our citizens must present a travel document (passport) at the border checkpoint.
- It will not necessarily require COVID-19 passport (a document confirming full vaccination against COVID-19 or immunity from COVID-19) and a negative PCR test result from citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan wishing to cross the land border due to the humanitarian situation in Slovakia.

In connection with the situation in Ukraine and for the evacuation of citizens, the following official bodies of the Slovak Republic can be contacted:

· Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Email: ladislav.chabrecek@minv.sk

Phone: +4212961050730, +421905607843

· Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Email: vladimir.simonak@mzv.sk

Phone: +421259783080, +421918660332

Azerbaijani citizens can contact the Embassies of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the Republic of Austria, the Slovak Republic and the Republic of Slovenia at +43 676 844 509 733 and by e-mail vienna@mission.mfa.gov.az.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs once again appealed to the citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan permanently and temporarily residing in Ukraine, visiting the country for tourism or educational purposes in connection with the situation in Ukraine to stay away from areas where there are military forces and facilities, to stay at home or in a safe place, and to refrain from traveling.

In connection with special cases, Azerbaijani citizens can contact and get information from the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Kiev (+380 73) 5050000 and e-mail kiev@mission.mfa.gov.az, the Honorary Consulate in Kharkov (+38057) 7000531 and e-mail info.azconsulate@gmail.com.

Depending on the development of the situation, additional information will be provided by the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Ukraine.

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