It is reported “Ukrinform”.
“We do not recommend that our citizens, in the conditions of deoccupation, use “evacuation” from the occupiers, so as not to become hostages of the Russian Federation in the war against Ukraine or a shield for Russian troops in places of their concentration or places of important military communications of the enemy,” Tasheva said.
The president’s representative in Crimea emphasized the inevitability of deoccupation of the peninsula and warned that Ukrainian citizens should be ready for it.
“We are not saying that it will happen tomorrow, in a week, or in a month, but it will happen, and you need to prepare for it – both physically and mentally. Make important decisions for yourself about how to act during de-occupation. Collect the necessary things and documents. Plan movement routes and transport, if necessary,” Tasheva said.
Also, the president’s ambassador to Crimea noted that the state authorities of Ukraine plan to soon publish recommendations for evacuation from the peninsula.
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