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Ukraine: Good News as FG secures Visa-free access for Nigerians in Ukraine.

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In a recent development, the federal government of Nigeria has secured Visa-free access for Nigerians in Ukraine travelling to Romania and Hungry.

This information was made public on Sunday, February 27th by the federal government via a statement signed by the ministry of foreign affairs, Channel TV reports.

In the statement signed by the permanent secretary of the ministry, Gabriel Aduda,Nigerians in Ukraine were advised to flee to areas such as Hungarian Zahony border and Romanian Suceava, Tulcea, Satu Mare County and Maramures borders.

Aduda also assured Nigerians in Ukraine that the federal government is taking appropriate measures in order to alleviate their suffering.

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READ PART OF THE STATEMENT BELOW;

“For now, movement to the Hungarian Zahony border and Romanian Suceava, Tulcea, Satu Mare County & Maramures borders is advised, as they have approved visa-free access to all Nigerians coming from Ukraine and arrangements for accommodation and feeding before evacuation is arranged.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is fully abreast of all the challenges Nigerians crossing into countries bordering Ukraine, especially the Polish border, are facing and we are taking adequate measures to assuage these challenges.


The Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs has spoken with his counterpart, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine on these unsavoury developments and both are working on alleviating the suffering of Nigerians including deploying the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to the border to ensure easier access to all Nigerians and other nationals.”

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