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Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on citizens to avoid traveling to Russia

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called for refraining from traveling to the Russian Federation because of the worsening situation there. Bulgarian citizens in Russia are advised to consider the possibility of urgently leaving the country by using the currently available means of transport.

Bulgarians remaining in Russia are advised to exercise increased vigilance, to avoid places with gatherings of people and to pay attention to the development of the situation.

In case of need for assistance, Bulgarian citizens can contact the embassy in Moscow and the Consulate General in St. Petersburg, as well as the "Situation Center" in the ministry by email: crisis@mfa.bg or phones: +359 2 948 24 04, +359 2 971 38 56.


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