Gov’t Cautions Ugandans In Ukraine Of Their Whereabouts
The embassy of the republic of Uganda in the Russian federation has called upon Ugandan nationals in Ukraine to monitor local news for updates amidst Russia-Ukraine crisis.
In a statement released by ambassador John Agara Olwa, head of mission, Ugandans are urged to observe instructions as issued by the Ukraine government.
Furthermore, the Ugandan community should notify the embassy about their safety,whereabouts and the situation as it prevails, through Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Whatsapp +79671181035/+79671182773 and telephone +74992302276/+74992380068.
Sofar, 137 people have been killed according to president Volodymy Zelenskyy and 100,000 Ukrainians displaced according to UN’s refugee agency.
The Russo-Ukranian war is an ongoing armed conflict that began in February 2014, primarily involving Russia and pro-Russian forces on one hand and Ukraine on the other.
Russia moved forces into the separatist-controlled region on 22 February 2022, which culminated into a full Russian invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022.