The Honorary Consulate of Peru in Ukraine managed to evacuate 24 Peruvians to Warsaw, Poland, the Foreign Ministry reported through its Twitter account.
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The group left “from the central train station in Kiev to Warsaw where our embassy will provide them with accommodation and food,” the tweet details.
A few moments ago, the Honorary Consulate of Peru in Ukraine embarked 24 Peruvians from the Central Train Station in Kiev to Warsaw, where our Embassy will provide them with accommodation and food.
— Peru Chancellery???????? (@CancilleriaPeru) March 1, 2022
In addition, through the same channel, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that another seven compatriots have already managed to leave Ukraine.
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A few days ago, the person in charge of the consular section of the Honorary Consulate of Peru in Kiev, Juan Olivas Cornejo, detailed to Trade They have a record of 320 nationals living in that country, located mainly in the capital and in the city of Kharkiv, the second largest in Ukraine.
A ministerial resolution published in El Peruano indicated that a plane from the Peruvian Air Force would depart for Poland on February 26 to repatriate nationals fleeing Ukraine. The return flight was scheduled for March 1.
However, so far the plane has not taken off because “we are still waiting for the most opportune moment depending on the Peruvians to evacuate and security elements”, a Foreign Ministry source informed this newspaper on February 28.
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