UAE Embassy warns citizens to evacuate Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova

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UAE Embassy warns citizens to evacuate Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova

The UAE Embassies in Eastern Europe has asked all citizens to return to the Emirates following the recent surge of infected cases who have tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19.

The UAE Embassy in Kiev requested citizens to evacuate Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova before March 17, 2020 due to the suspension of flights and the closure of all border checkpoints, which have been implemented by local authorities until further notice.

The UAE Embassies in Eastern Europe has called on citizens to return to the Emirates following the recent surge of infected cases who have tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19.

The Turkish and Azerbaijani presidents in a phone call decided to temporarily suspend all road and air transportation between the countries.

According to a statement from the Turkish Communications Directorate, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Ilham Aliyev took the measure in the wake of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

The restriction, however, only applies to travelers and excludes cargo.

Turkey has so far confirmed 47 cases of coronavirus so far