By Sabina Mammadli
The embassy of Azerbaijan issues some safety measures to
compatriots living and temporarily staying in Ukraine.
According to the embassy statement, it was recommended to take
into account the following due to the poor security conditions in
- avoid trips to areas of active hostilities;
- stay away from military units and defense industry
enterprises, including other military facilities that may be
- be careful while traveling around the country, choose the
safest possible route;
- don't visit public places with a large crowd of people, unless
there is a serious need for this;
- carry a valid identity document with you, given that there are
checkpoints throughout the country;
- comply with the curfew and other safety requirements of the
- keep travel documents ready (Azerbaijani citizens without
valid documents can contact the embassy);
- know the available shelters and in case of air raids go down
to them, but if this is not possible, take cover on the lower
floors of buildings, or stay away from windows and doors, and
follow the official information about the situation;
- contact the embassy in case of emergency;
- keep in touch with activists of Azerbaijani diaspora
organizations, wherever they are;
- Azerbaijani citizens who plan to visit Ukraine should postpone
their trips until security conditions improve if there is no
serious need for such trips.
Phone: 044 484 69 40, 073 505 00 00, 099 408 99 43.
E-mail: [email protected] .
Embassy address: Kyiv, st. Glubochitskaya 24.
Consular Section Reception Hours:
Receiving applications - from 10:00 till 13:00.
Issuance of finished documents - from 15:00 till 18:00.
The reception of citizens on Saturday, Sunday, and official
non-working days will be carried out when urgent measures are
required, and on the basis of prior registration.
For other information and recommendations, please follow the
embassy's Facebook page.
To recap, Azerbaijan had delivered to Ukraine over 1,000 tons of
essential humanitarian aid since the military conflict.
Azerbaijan earlier called Moscow and Kyiv for dialogue to end
the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov made the remarks in an address
to the UN Human Rights Council meeting on March 2.
'Ongoing humanitarian crisis requires urgent measures to help
those affected. Azerbaijan provided humanitarian assistance and
calls on both sides to dialogue,' he said.
The minister expressed Azerbaijan's regret over the situation in
Ukraine. Bayramov noted that civilians and civilian infrastructure
must be protected, underlining that human rights must be constantly
'Azerbaijan regrets that the ongoing situation in Ukraine leads
to human casualties, especially among the civilian population,' he
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