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Third group of Peruvians evacuated from Ukraine will be repatriated this Thursday, March 10, reports the Foreign Ministry

Lima, March 8, 2022Updated on 03/08/2022 02:33 pm

The Chancellery reported that this Thursday, March 10, the third group of nationals who managed to leave Peru will arrive in Peru. Ukraine in the face of the massive military offensive by the Federation of Russia.

In addition, on Sunday the 13th another group of three Peruvians will arrive on a commercial flight. At the moment the time they will arrive at the Jorge Chávez International Airport (Callao) is unknown.

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Meanwhile, the ambassador Maria Antonia Masana General Director of Peruvian Communities Abroad of the Foreign Ministry, announced that 50 Peruvians have already been evacuated from Ukraine.

PERUVIANS LEAVE UKRAINE

The first group of 13 compatriots repatriated from Ukraine arrived last Saturday night, they were received by the president peter castle and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, who were accompanied by Ambassador María Antonieta Masana.

While the second group, made up of four nationals, arrived on Sunday night at the Jorge Chávez International Airport.

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WHY HAVE LESS PERUVIANS BEEN REPATRIATED FROM UKRAINE?

The Foreign Minister, Cesar Landa, explained why fewer Peruvians have been repatriated from Ukraine. Initially, some 300 compatriots were expected to return to the country, however, so far only about 20 have arrived.

“Due to the emergency laws in Ukraine, they have been limited in being able to leave (the children of Peruvians) who are between 18 and 60 years old, since they must serve the Army,” Landa told, according to Canal N, at a press conference in Congress.

Likewise, the foreign minister affirmed that the Government will continue working to give guarantees to the nationals in Russia and Ukraine, since there are 1,500 Peruvians in the first country and 400 in the second. For this, work will be done with the Peruvian Consulate in Ukraine or the Embassy in Poland.

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